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"For God's sake!" Mr. Foster/Davis/Hook cried. "That's better," the stout man said. "
My name's Herod. Walter Herod, attorney-at-law." He stepped to the desk where
the contents of the doomed man's pockets were spread, picked up a wallet and ...
"Well," Herod asked angrily, "aren't you?" "Oh God!" Warbeck cried. "That this
should happen to me. Me! Thank You, God. Thank You. I'll always be grateful." In
his happy fervor he turned to Joe. "Give me the towel Joe," he said. "Just throw it.
He hung up, finished pocketing his private property and winked at Herod. The
phone rang. Warbeck picked it up, reassured the police and hung up. He came
around from behind the desk and handed his car keys to Joe. "Go down to my car
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
Some of these tales have been anthologized time and again, but all are worth reading. Some are twisty fables akin to episodes of Twilight Zone, others are extended jokes, and a few are prescient ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RandyStafford - LibraryThing
You'd be better off with another Bester collection though this has many good stories. I'll mention stories not found in Bester's Starlight collection. “The Roller Coaster” -- This creepy story reminds ... Read full review
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