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D-99

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Published: 1962
Language: English
Wordcount: 57,287 / 166 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.5
LoC Category: PS
Audiobook: librivox.org
Downloads: 3,979
Added to site: 2009.12.27
mnybks.net#: 26122
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When the interstellar diplomats and the space fleets can't handle the job, it's up to Department 99.

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the windows.

He found himself facing a heavy man whose bleached crewcut and tanned features bespoke much time spent out­doors. Very beautiful eyes of a dark gray-blue regarded him steadily until Westervelt felt a panicky urge to run.

Instead, he cleared his throat and gave Smith's message. Lydman always had the same effect upon him for the first few minutes, although he seemed to like Westervelt better than anyone else at the office, even to the point of inviting him home for weekends of swimming.

I always get the feeling that he looks right through me and back again, thought Westervelt, but I can't see an inch into him!

CHAPTER TWO

Castor P. Smith sat at the head of a steel and plastic table in the conference room, whistling thought­fully as he waited for his assistants. Next door in the com­munications room, the tortured tune his lips emitted would have been treated as deliberate jamming. Simonett

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 2 from 2 reviews: **
2013.11.26
Bonnie Clyde
*....

Possibly the worst story I've ever read. Had to skip over at least 50% of it to keep from boring myself to death. There is no real point to the story, no real protagonist, and no sense of accomplishment at the end.

Do yourself a big favor and skip this one.

2013.03.05
bhold
***..

The D-99 team specializes in the rescue of Terran citizens from off-planet prisons. OK read, but I don't think the author took full advantage of an interesting idea.


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