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The Great Gray Plague

Raymond F. Jones

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Fiction, Science fiction

On the surface, James Ellerbee was a crackpot with an impossible invention: a crystal cube you could hold in your hand that allowed instant communication with anyone on Earth. But the inventor came with affidavits, signed and notarized, from three unbiased witnesses: the Fire Chief, the Chief of Police, and the Community Church Pastor of Redrock...

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Raymond F. Jones

Raymond F. Jones (1915 - 1994)
Raymond Fisher Jones was born in Utah in 1915 and was a regular contributor to Astounding Stories and Galaxy Science Fiction among other pulp SF magazines. He is best known for the 1952 novel This Island Earth, which was famously filmed in 1955, one of the first major SF films to be produced in Technicolor. He died in Utah in 1994.

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