Omnivore Author:Piers Anthony Subble was more than a man. Indeed, by training and very special endowment he was virtually a superman. — Subble never felt that he was less than a man--but then he could not really afford feelings unless they were of direct assistance in his work. — But he was not given to introspection, for in his life there was no need of it. It would in fact h... more »ave been difficult, for his memory, or perhaps lack of it, was also one of his rather peculiar endowments.
All this had one object. To make Subble a very particular kind of investigator, one who could be judgmental without bias, who could kill without guilt, whose only real joy would be, eventually, to die in a job well done.
He couldn't know when that eventuality would arrive. He could only keep trying.....« less