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Time Crime by H. Beam Piper

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Time Crime
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: B0066TL6UC
Number of pages: 117

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In the world in which Time Crime takes place, human society has developed the technology to move laterally between parallel universes. The heroes of this story, Verken Vall, and his wife, Hadron Dalla, are ready to embark on a long-overdue vacation, when the Paratime Police send them both to investigate rumors of slavery in the Esaron Sector. Like many of Piper's stories, this is a police procedural, set in the world of the future.

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