Created by Edward Wellen

This 1975 short story, narrated by a computer programmed to make like a Bogey-type private eye, in order to get a scientist out of a Cold War jam, is an intriguing blend of mystery, detective fiction and sci-fi, and a classic of sorts, well worth hunting down.

It foreshadows the internet, databases and indeed, much of what the real-life job of private investigation has become.


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