By Harry Harrison
A sequel to the author's "Bill, the Galactic Hero", released over twenty years in the past, this booklet is the 1st of a brand new sequence of novels that includes invoice. With correct fingers, a man-made foot, and a suite of surgically-implanted tusks, invoice units out to discover the resource of Chinger-controlled steel dragons.
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He put the circle around one of the green lights, then remembered something about a courtsmartial offense. He jiggled it a bit, and it moved over to . a red light, with the X right over the light. There was a red button on top of the handle, and he pressed it because it looked like the kind of button that is made to be pressed. The gun next to him went wh f f le . . in a very subdued way, and the red light went out. Not very interesting; he let go of the handle. " a voice said, and, with some effort, Bill turned his head.
He kicked the door open and they walked and rolled into the welcome warmth of the operations office. " Bill asked the man behind the counter. " the man asked, ignoring his question. "In my bag I got a can," the gunner said, and Bill pulled it open and rummaged around. They handed over their orders; the gunner's were buttoned into his breast pocket, and the clerk fed them into the slot of the giant machine behind him. The machine hummed and flashed lights, and Bill dripped solvent onto all of the gunner's electrical connections until the water was washed away.
Out! " The sergeant reached over and threw the visisphone onto the floor then stomped it to tiny smoking bits. "You have a direct way of getting attention," Bill said. "Two years in combat make you very direct," the sergeant said, and grated his teeth together in a loud and disturbing way. " Producer Ratt kicked his way through the wreckage and threw open a door behind the desk. "Places! " he shrieked, and there was an immense scurrying and a sudden glare. The to-be-honored veterans followed him through the door into an immense sound stage humming with organized bustle.