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He turned to the man on the couch. "Jock, pay him." "For what?" "Pay him!" I now
knew which one was boss— although, as I was to learn, there was usually little
doubt when Dak Broadbent was in a room. The other fellow stood up quickly, still
I turned away slowly, so as not to appear jerky or nervous in stereo. There were ...
Bill was keeping the reporters away from us; as we turned to go he waved and
said, "See you later, Chief," and turned back to talk to one of them. Rog, Dak, and
I turned to him. "Are you for this too?" "Yes." "It's your duty," Rog added. Capek
said slowly, "I won't go that far. I hope you will do - it. But, damn it, I won't be your
conscience. I believe in free will, frivolous as that may sound from a medical man.
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I was surprised how much I liked this book. It's a relatively simple and predictable plot: Lorenzo Smythe is an actor hired to impersonate a politician at a key political moment. Only thing is, the ... Read full review
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An actor finds himself in a dangerous role. he is told the president of mars has been kidnapped, and he gets the job. But he finds out the kidnappers are also the men who have hired him.... Read full review