by Kris Neville
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2010
Kris Neville (1925-1980) was an American science fiction writer. His most famous work, "Bettyann" (1970) is considered an underground classic of science fiction. This etext was produced from Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy February 1953.
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