Men in Black II

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Random House Publishing Group, May 28, 2002 - Fiction - 249 pages
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THE MEN IN BLACK ARE BACK—
TO SAVE THE PLANET FROM CERTAIN DOOM.

When an unauthorized spacecraft lands smack-dab in the middle of New York’s Central Park, and is found abandoned with enough antimatter weapons to turn the island of Manhattan into a new Atlantis, it’s a job for Men in Black—the top-secret organization that monitors the activities of all extraterrestrials living on Earth. There’s a new ET in town, as beautiful as she is deadly.

Immediately, Agent J is assigned to the case, but in order to succeed in his mission, he must locate his old partner, Agent K, whose memory was wiped clean when he “retired.” For it’s K, now a postal worker in Massachusetts, who holds the key: In his mind rests a powerful secret—one that could save the earth, or destroy everything, if it falls into the wrong tentacles. . . .


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About the author (2002)

Esther M. Friesner is the author of twenty-seven novels, including The Sword of Mary and Child of the Eagle. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Amazing Stories, and other magazines and anthologies. She won the 1995 Nebula Award for Best Short Story for “Death and the Librarian” and the 1996 Nebula for Best Short Story of for “A Birth Day,” which was also a 1996 Hugo Award finalist. She won the 1986 Romantic Times Award for Best New Fantasy Writer. Her Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel, Warchild, hit the USA Today bestseller list. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, two children, two rambunctious cats, and a fluctuating population of hamsters.


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