Dust-jacket from the first edition
|Author||David H. Keller, M.D.|
|Cover artist||L. Robert Tschirky|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
The novel concerns Colonel Horatio Bumble who has retired to his ancestral home with his wife, Helen and their Pekingese, Lady. The Bumbles are childless. Colonel Bumble employs the siblings Pete and Sarah at his home. The Colonel is also attempting to create a baby through parthenogenesis. As a result of his experiments, the Colonel is kidnapped and Sarah rescues him by employing supernatural means.
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