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A Voice In The Night by Jack McDevitt

Jack McDevitt is a former English teacher, naval officer, Philadelphia taxi driver, customs officer and motivational trainer. His work has been on the final ballot for the Nebula Awards for 12 of the past 13 years. His first novel, The Hercules Text, was published in the celebrated Ace Specials series and won the Philip K. Dick Special Award. In 1991, McDevitt won the first $10,000 UPC International Prize for his novella, “Ships in the Night.” The Engines of God was a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and his novella, “Time Travelers Never Die,” was nominated for both the Hugo and the Nebula awards.
McDevitt lives in Georgia with his wife, Maureen, where he plays chess, reads mysteries and eats lunch regularly with his cronies.

Searching For Oz
The Law of Gravity Isn’t Working on Rainbow Bridge
The Adventure of the Southsea Trunk
Combinations
It’s a Long Way to Alpha Centauri
Lucy
Listen Up, Nitwits
Midnight Clear
The Lost Equation
Blood Will Tell
Blinker
Friends in High Places
Maiden Voyage
Waiting at the Altar
The Play’s the Thing
Oculus
Good Intentions
Molly’s Kids
Ships in the Night
The Pegasus Project
Cathedral
The Last Dance
Weighing In
A Voice in the Night

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