By Gordon Randall Garrett, Laurence Mark Janifer
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He imagined himself with a talent nobody would believe he had. A thing like that, he told himself glumly, could drive you buggy in short order--and then where were you? In a loony bin, that's where you were. Or, possibly, in Yucca Flats. Malone pictured the scene: there they would be, just one big happy family. Kenneth J. Malone, and a convention of bats straight out of the nation's foremost loony bins. Fun! Malone began to wonder why he had gone into FBI work in the first place. "Listen, Chief," he said.
My country is about to pay me for my services. " She stopped and wiped what Malone thought was a tear from one cornflower-blue eye. "Now, now, Miss Thompson," Barbara said. "I'm not sad," the little old lady said, smiling up at her. "I'm just so very happy. I am about to get my reward, my well-deserved reward at last, from all of my loyal subjects. " She paused and Malone felt a faint stirring of stark, chill fear. " said the little old lady. " Andrew J. Burris said. Malone looked at the surprised face on the screen and wished he hadn't called.
The long silence was broken by the voice of Miss Wilson. "Mr. Malone," she said. " She stopped. " "I like being quiet," Malone said patiently. "Besides--" He stopped and turned to the little old lady. Can you really read my mind? he thought deliberately. After a second he added: ... your Majesty? "How sweet of you, Mr. Malone," she said. "Nobody's called me that for centuries. But of course I can. Although it's not reading, really. After all, that would be like asking if I can read your voice.
Brain Twister by Gordon Randall Garrett, Laurence Mark Janifer