The trouble for Lori Collins and her family started the day in early October when a backhoe plunged into the earth. Lori walked outside her farmhouse, in the East Texas bottomlands south of Paris, to see that her septic system had been torn from the ground to make way for a pipeline. She saw the piping scattered in the dirt on the side of a great trench—the future home of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, which could eventually stretch from northern Alberta, Canada, to the Texas Gulf Coast, carrying diluted bitumen to refineries that will transform it into crude oil. But the Collins family, and Lori in particular, was happy to see the pipeline come through their property. The money was good, but there were personal reasons, too.
Crossing the Line: A Bluejacket's World War II Odyssey
Crossing the Line by Simone Elkeles
Crossing the Line is a science fiction novel by British writer Karen Traviss , published in November It is the second book of the Wess'Har Series. Some of the main characters include Shan Frankland , hardened copper now infected with c'naatat ; Aras, the lonely Wess'har, outcast by his horrible disease; Eddie Michallat, journalist who finds himself in a position to affect history; and Lindsay Neville, the Marines Commander trying to deal with the loss of her newborn son David, and bent on revenge on Shan. The book concerns the struggle of Shan Frankland, a police officer in the year , to cope with biological changes that have been made to her body by an alien species. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Crossing the Line book.
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