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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1996 - Fiction - 254 pages
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Selena Christian has spent her life concealing the awesome talents that make ordinary humans fear her. But she can't hide her incandescent beauty--and rebel-spy Mark Curien can't resist her allure. Rescuing Selena from a hostile Earth, he takes her to a place of last resort--Change, a faraway planet filled with creatures who hold the secret of psychic powers beyond human imagining.

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First published in 1975, this gripping tale takes readers to a future world where paranormals are feared and hunted down because of their telepathic abilities and their earlier contacts with "aliens." Maxwell fans will be sure to want this one. Read full review


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Publishing under such variant names as A. E. Maxwell, Annalise Sun, Lowell Charters, and Ann Maxwell, Elizabeth Lowell was born in Milwaukee, Wis. in 1944. She is well known for her romance, historical, mystery, crime, and science fiction novels. Lowell married Evan Maxwell, a journalist, on September 4, 1966. Together they have published numerous novels, including "The Silk Strategy" and "The Ruby." Many of their novels were published under the joint pseudonym A. E. Maxwell and include the titles "Steal the Sun" and "Redwood Empire." She and her husband also collaborated on "The Golden Mountain" under the pseudonym Annalise Sun as well on as the novelization of the screenplay "Thunderheart" under the pseudonym Lowell Charters. She wrote as Elizabeth Lowell for the "Silhouette Intimate Moments Series" published by Avon. She was awarded the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in 1994, Romance Writers of America Best Historical Romance in 1994, and the Lifetime Achievement Award, also in 1994. Lowell was educated at the University of California, Davis and the University of California, Riverside, where she received a B.A. in 1966. She and Maxwell have two children, Matthew and Heather. Aside from writing, Lowell enjoys bird watching, beachcombing, geology, and fishing.

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