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He shook his head and tried to help Barbara D'Courtney. He fell to the floor. "All
right, Sir Galahad. Cool a while." Mary raised the girl and led her to the dais.
Then she returned to Powell. "Ready for help now, or don't you think it's manly?
It's the D'Courtney case." "Oh. Ah. Hm. ... Barbara D'Courtney's hysterical recall of
the death of her father was susceptible of two interpretations. Either Reich had
killed D'Courtney, or merely been a witness to D'Courtney's suicide. Old Man ...
D'Courtney accepted. ... We all assumed Reich's father had chiseled it out of D'
Courtney and placed it in his wife's name. ... Then, Barbara D'Courtney's deep
half-twin image of herself and Ben Reich; somehow she knew they were half-
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Stevil2001 - LibraryThing
The first third or so of the novel is definitely the best part: how do you commit murder in a society where telepaths comprise a significant portion of the population? Bester has fun both devising a ... Read full review
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The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester Eight, sir; seven, sir; Six, sir; five, sir; Four, sir; three, sir; Two, sir; one! Read full review