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The Impossibles (Psi-Power Trilogy #2)

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Pseudonym Mark Phillips
In two words Im Possible.
First, late-model cars began driving themselves away - with nobody at the wheel...
Then, valuables began vanishing from locked rooms...
It was a new kind of crime. And Malone, the Government's expert on "impossibilities," was afraid it was a new kind of who could disappear at will, walk through walls, and thumb h
Paperback, 157 pages
Published June 1963 by Pyramid Books F-875 (first published January 28th 1960)
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Apr 04, 2014 thecryptile rated it liked it
Kenneth J. Malone of the Queen's Own FBI rides again in this charming sequel to Brain Twister. This light-hearted work examines a mysterious crime wave in the near future... of 1972. If you enjoy classic SF, Garrett's Psi-Power trilogy is well worth examining, especially considering that it's available legally at no cost from and
This wasn't as good as the first in the series, but it was still interesting. The first one was only better because of Queen Elizabeth.
Mar 15, 2013 Tom rated it liked it
Fine for what it is: a fun yet dated romp through what people thought in the early 1960's what New York City in the early 1970's would be.
I enjoyed this book, but didn't think it was quite as good as Brain Twister, the other book of theirs I've read.
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Jul 30, 2011 Steve Smoot rated it liked it
may be the best of the series, note the series is $0.80 on Kindle...
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Mark Phillips is a pseudonym for the authors Laurence M. Janifer and Randall Garrett, for the works they wrote together.
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Other Books in the Series

Psi-Power Trilogy (3 books)
  • Brain Twister
  • Supermind (Psi-Power Trilogy 3)

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