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You can pack up and go now. It's over." "No," said Ian. "Nothing's over yet." He
poured a few inches of the pungent, dark whisky into a glass, and moved the
decanter over another glass. "Drink?" "I'm on duty," said Tyburn, sharply. "There'll
be a ...
He had swallowed half the whisky in his glass, absently, and now he turned the
glass thoughtfully around, watching the brown liquor swirl under the forces of
momentum and gravity. He looked up at Tyburn. "You know that, Lieutenant." "
Kenebuck poured part of a glass for himself. "That package of Brian's things," he
said, abruptly, the whites of his eyes glinting as he glanced up under his lids at
Ian, "there was just personal stuff. Nothing else in it!" "What else did you expect ...
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Well, if anything, this book proves the worth of publicists. These Sci Fi shorts have all been selected by their authors. Some authors made better choices from their work than others. Of course Arthur ... Read full review