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The Eyes Have It

James McKimmey

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Book Excerpt: 
. . . watching with slitted shining eyes while the ashes spilled away from the glowing tip. He bent forward suddenly. "We have an imposter among us, gentlemen. A spy."

He waited, holding himself tense against the table, letting the sting of his words have their effect. Then he leaned back, carefully. "And tonight I am going to expose this imposter. Right here, at this table." He searched the faces again, looking for a tell-tale twitch of a muscle, a movement of a hand, a shading in the look of an eye.

There were only Sadler, Meehan, Locke, Forbes, Clarke, looking like themselves, quizzical, polite, respecting.

"One of us, you say," Clarke said noncommittally, his phrase neither a question nor a positive statement.

"That is true," said Heidel.

"Bit of a situation at that," said Forbes, letting a faint smile touch his lips.

"Understatement, Forbes," Heidel said. "Understatement."

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Community Reviews

The Eyes Have It, by James McKimmey
Great stuff. You are beckoning Joseph Heidel to expose the traitorous Martian despite his arrogance. The whole tale occurs at a dining table! ***
{this short story is different to the short story by Philip K. Dick with the same title}