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The Electronic Mind Reader

Harold L. Goodwin

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Only that some unidentified scientists had gone insane. No location, no names, no anything of real value. And we have taken precautions. After all, you have the team chief. Only one man is left, and we hope to get him out of here, too."

Dodd swung open a door that opened into a bare outer office, and led them into an inner room where a man bent over a desk.

Rick knew his name. This was Dr. Humphrey Marks, the reluctant bachelor. All Rick could see for the moment was a bald head. It was completely bald, not even a fringe of hair remaining. It gleamed in the light of the desk lamp. Presently the bald pate revolved back and a truculent face stared up at them.

Dr. Marks looked like a man who had been born impatient. His underslung jaw thrust forward as he demanded, "Well, well? What is this, Dodd? Well? Who are these people?"[39]

Dodd was unperturbed. "Dr. Brant, Dr. Weiss, and Richard Brant and Donald Scott."

Marks harrumphed. H. . . Read More

Community Reviews

The Electronic Mind Reader is the twelfth Rick Brant adventure, and may be the best entry in the series. The scientific angle is pretty interesting, though it's more speculative than usual. The mystery is more detailed and engaging than in many of the books, and the consequences of the acts of th...more