By Karen Miller
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When Jacob Carter asks normal Hammond for SG-1's participation in a undertaking for the Tok'ra, it sort of feels just like the solution to O'Neill's predicament. The secretive Tok'ra are operating out of hosts, and Jacob believes he's chanced on the answer-but it ability O'Neill and his group needs to threat their lives infiltrating a Goa'uld slave breeding farm to recruit people prepared to affix the Tok'ra.
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Alliances (Stargate: SG-1, Book 8) by Karen Miller