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Leslie Purnell Davies
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Dimension A

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207 pages
Published November 1969 by Jenkins (first published January 1968)
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A couple of years ago, I went on a bit of a self-imposed scavenger hunt. I decided to search for and re-read about a half-dozen books that I first read years ago during what I have come to refer to as my “lost summer” of reading. It took a while but I eventually located all of the books I remembered… except one... "Dimension A".

For a while I did a lot of fruitless searching on the internet whenever I had a chance. It didn't help that all I had to go on was the book’s title. Unlike the other boo
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Leslie Purnell Davies was a British novelist whose works typically combine elements of horror, science fiction and mystery. He also wrote many short stories under several pseudonyms, the most popular of which was L.P. Davies

Davies' books deal with the defects, evolution or manipulation of human consciousness, and in some ways are comparable to the works of Philip K. Dick. His protagonists frequent
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