Absalom

Absalom

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Locke was determined that Absalom would follow his rules, Absalom disagreed...ExcerptAt dusk Joel Locke came home from the university where he held the chair of psychonamics. He came quietly into the house, by a side door, and stood listening, a tall, tight-lipped man of forty with a faintly sardonic mouth and cool gray eyes. He could hear the precipitron humming. That meant that Abigail Schuler, the housekeeper, was busy with her duties. Locke smiled slightly and turned toward a panel in the wall that opened at his approach.The small elevator took him noiselessly upstairs.There, he moved with curious stealth. He went directly to a door at the end of the hall and paused before it, his head bent, his eyes unfocused. He heard nothing. Presently he opened the door and stepped into the room.Instantly the feeling of unsureness jolted back, freezing him where he stood. He made no sign, though his mouth tightened. He forced himself to remain quiet as he glanced around.It could have been the room of a normal twenty-year-old, not a boy of eight. Tennis racquets were heaped in a disorderly fashion against a pile of book records. The thiaminizer was turned on, and Locke automatically clicked the switch over. Abruptly he turned. The televisor screen was blank, yet he could have sworn that eyes had been watching him from it.This wasn't the first time it had happened.Catherine Lucille Moore (January 24, 1911 a€“ April 4, 1987) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, ... After Kuttnera#39;s death in 1958, Moore wrote almost no fiction and taught his writing course at the University of Southern California.


Title:Absalom
Author: C. L. Moore, Henry Kuttner
Publisher:eStar Books - 2012-01-03
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