I’ll be honest: this is largely meant as a reminder that I should go read Alfred Bester’s The Demolished Man again. Geez, do I still even have my copy? It was in a paperback anthology and I seem to remember that the binding was cruddy. Anyway: great book that tried to think pretty hard about the implications of ubiquitous telepathy when it came to crime. Yeah, definitely worth a re-read.
And so, adieu to Farmer Giles of Ham.