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Brainz, Inc. (Odd Jobs, Inc #4)

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A dead woman hires Jake to investigate her murder.

Jake Pace is halfway through mixing a batch of cookies when his lawyer arrives with a corpse. The body in the coffin is an android, built in the shape of recently deceased electronics heiress Sylvie Kirkyard and implanted with a chip that holds Sylvie’s memories. Although she was only twenty-seven, Sylvie had for a long tim...more
ebook, 202 pages
Published June 5th 2012 by Open Road Integrated Media (first published May 7th 1985)
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Typical Goulart, making fun of vegans, Californians, hard-boiled detectives, greedy capitalists, lawyers, wealthy people and movie stars.

He's just a lot of fun to read!
tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE
See my review of "Wildsmith".
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Ron Goulart (b. 1933) is a cultural historian and novelist. Besides writing extensively about pulp fiction—including the seminal Cheap Thrills: An Informal History of Pulp Magazines (1972)—Goulart has written for the pulps since 1952, when the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction published his first story, a sci-fi parody of letters to the editor. Since then he has written dozens of novels an...more
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