Killer To Come
by Sam Merwin Jr.
Publisher: The Galaxy Publishing Corporation 1953
Number of pages: 130
Due to his research into the lives of geniuses, Dr Julius Conrad of the Wellington Institute for the Study of the Humanities has developed a radical hypothesis: Namely, that the work of most geniuses, past and present, has been directed by minds from a ruthless future which take possession of either the unstable geniuses themselves or else of unstable people who are in a position to change the course of the geniuses' work.
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