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The first few stories are about an elite spy team who can shape change. The rest of the stories are about other shape changers. All are funny and well worth the price of admission.
When the ruling council of the Galactica strips Adama of his powers of supreme command, the mighty ship is thrown into chaos. As if being caught in the middle of an all-out space war wasn't enough, Baltar has escaped and is streaking across the galaxy to his Cylon allies!
This is another of the books about the Chameleon Corps. Its members are both spies and shape-changers.
In the vast emptiness of space, the Galactica at last makes the long-awaited contact a spaceship of fellow humans from Earth! The Council wants to keep them under observation, but Apollo sets out with the Earthlings on a secret and perilous mission toward their destination, the planet Paradeen, that battleground of space giants where he must confront the old enemy the Cylons and the new the awesome Alliance and make it back to the Galactica
Vaudeville trouper, film and musical comedy star, comic quiz-master on radio and TV, Groucho Marx was at one end of the spectrum of the four Marx brothers: his brother Harpo, at least in character, didn't talk at all and Groucho almost never stopped. And just as technology sends his antics along to each new generation, Groucho himself now appears in print in a new and unsuspected career through the medium-the kind of medium that involves table-rapping, that is-of Ron Goulart's imagination. With the full concurrence of Groucho Marx Productions, Goulart casts Groucho in a role that suits him beautifully-he hands him a magnifying glass and sets him up on the hunt for a murderer-in between bouts of verbal war with the sponsor of his new radio show. Although both Groucho and his Watson, a young scriptwriter named Frank Denby, would gladly murder the sponsor, who wants to call the show "Groucho Marx of the Famous Marx Brothers Joins Forces with Deeply Satisfying Orem Brothers Coffee to Bring You Goofy Mysteries Every Week," it's a real murder that the zany actor investigates-the killing of a young actress whom he knew a few years back, and whose death he doesn't believe to be the suicide the police have ruled it. Through the streets of 1937 Golden Age Hollywood the pair go, along with Franks new girlfriend, finding clues, getting death threats, and cracking wise so much in the way of the real Groucho's patter that one wonders whether Goulart isn't really possessed by a very funny, very astute spirit. "Groucho Marx" has always meant laughter and fun. In this hilarious story, it still does.
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