By James I. Penrod, Ann F. Harbor
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Conger's chest rose. "Listen, Speaker-" "This is an unusual situation," the Speaker said. "You see, the person you are after-the person that we are sending you to find-is known only by certain objects here. They are the only traces, the only means of identification. " He came toward the Speaker. The Speaker moved to one side. "Look," he said. He drew a sliding wall away, showing a dark square hole. " Conger squatted down, staring in. He frowned. "A skull! " "The man you are after has been dead for two centuries," the Speaker said.
It eats almost anything. I fed it on grain and it liked that. And then potatoes, and mash, and scraps from the table, and milk. It seems to enjoy eating. " "I see," Captain Franco said. "Now, as to its taste. That's the real question. I doubt if there's much point in fattening it up any more. It seems fat enough to me already. Where's the cook? I want him here. I want to find out-" The wub stopped lapping and looked up at the Captain. "Really, Captain," the wub said. " The room was silent. " Franco said.
How would he know the man? How could he be certain, in advance? What had he looked like? What was his name? How had he acted, before he spoke? Would he be an ordinary person, or some strange outlandish crank? Conger picked up the Slem-gun and held it against his cheek. The metal of the gun was cool and smooth. He practiced moving the sight. It was a beautiful gun, the kind of gun he could fall in love with.