Ghosthunt

Ghosthunt A ghost was haunting Cazarit A kidnapper who snatched the wealthy clientelle who vacationed there as if the intensive security didn t exist Local security was getting desperate after hundreds of hours

  • Title: Ghosthunt
  • Author: Jo Clayton
  • ISBN: 9780879978235
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • A ghost was haunting Cazarit A kidnapper who snatched the wealthy clientelle who vacationed there as if the intensive security didn t exist Local security was getting desperate after hundreds of hours and days trying to locate and identify their ghost they were no closer to an answer than when they began They needed the help of a Hunter And there was only one who woA ghost was haunting Cazarit A kidnapper who snatched the wealthy clientelle who vacationed there as if the intensive security didn t exist Local security was getting desperate after hundreds of hours and days trying to locate and identify their ghost they were no closer to an answer than when they began They needed the help of a Hunter And there was only one who would meet their demands Aleytys, wearer symbiote of the mysterious and powerful Diadem, had a reputation which preceded her across the galaxy But little did they know that Aleytys already had a good idea who their ghost was, and didn t want to catch him

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    1. I picked up the first seven books of this nine-book series at a Swecon because Clayton was not a name known to me at the time and I thought they’d make suitable review material for SF Mistressworks. This series was apparently very popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s but has since been forgotten, and having now read them I’m mostly happy with that state of affairs. When you read forgotten or obscure sf, there’s always the hope you’ll stumble across a lost masterpiece; and it’s cer [...]

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