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About the author:
Frederick J. Ross received a classical education from his parents while growing up in the wilds of Virginia, then worked as a physicist, a mathematician, a microbiologist, and a programmer in the US and Europe before writing his first novel while living on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland. He divides his time among writing, research in laboratory medicine, cooking, howling at the moon, and playing the violin.

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A Comedy of Telepathy

Authored by Frederick J. Ross

Kidnapping, blackmail, slander; it's business as usual for the telepathic elite of Minsland. Though the abduction of Alison Yewghast as part of a political dispute is unsurprising, no one expects the kidnappers' telepathic blocker to thrust her into the mind of a young farmer. But Joseph Morton is no ordinary farm hand, and he must brave Minsland's political intrigue and storm a castle in order to save the Machiavellian lady who is, for better or for worse, sharing his mind.

Publication Date:
1467963232 / 9781467963237
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / General

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