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Eleven suspects with two things in common. A tattoo on their bottom and a cancelled membership card in a college Virgin’s Club.
From the back:
There were eleven women, seemingly
ordinary women now, but in college they
had all belonged to a weird sorority
called the Virgin’s Club.
Hank Janson knows one of the women
is the brains behind a string of brutal
kidnappings — but which one? Was it the
hot-blooded beatnik? The voluptuous B-girl whose services were included in the
bill? The aging but firm heiress who
was always on call or the Senator’s
wife, who should have been beyond reproach?
Hank finds the trail getting
hotter in more ways than one as he
discovers that although all the girls
have cancelled their Virgin’s Club
membership many times over, one of
them is still in good standing at the
An American Town Run By Galactic Invaders
They Came Back To The Planet That Had Undergone A Terrifying Change
From the back of The Microscopic Ones,
The Theory of Relativity has many weird applications. Just suppose that everything around you – including your own body – grew to a thousand times its size…. would you know? There is no such thing as absolute size. There is no such thing as absolute measurement. You can only comprehend magnitude in relation to other magnitudes.
The same would hold true for contraction…. If it took place universally.
But what happens when relativity misses a beat? If one section of the galaxy — one corner of the cosmos expanded or contracted out of proportion to another?
The first experimental hyper-drive ship blasted off into Deep Space. Time got out of gear. So did the dimensional correlates. So did the relative proportions of the ship, the crew, and their home world.
What would they find when they returned? Would they be dwarfs or giants? Or so completely out of proportion that they would never fit in again….?
Above all — could the effect be reversed?