WHEN THEY CAME FROM SPACE by Mark Clifton

WHEN THEY CAME FROM SPACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unwillingly impersonating a staff psychologist because of governmental misunderstanding, Ralph Kennedy goes far in Extraterrestrial Life Research for the Space Navy in Washington and further in promoting excessive bureaucratic procedures. But when the Black Fleet is defeated by the luminous globes, when the Five from the globes are national heroes, it is Kennedy's scepticism that finds the answers to the hoax and the illusion. A nice touch of satire marks this.

Pub Date: Jan. 26th, 1961
Publisher: Doubleday