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J. F. Bone

Jesse Franklin Bone was an American author and veterinarian whose writing gained prominence during the 'Golden Age of Science-Fiction' in the 1950s. His short story Triggerman was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Short Story in 1959. Following his college graduation, Jesse served in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps, attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel and retiring in 1976. After the war, he returned to Washington State College and earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. In addition to his science fiction books and short stories, he also authored the textbook "Animal Anatomy and Physiology," which was used widely in universities throughout the United States and internationally. J.F. Bone has also published under the pseudonyms Jesse F. Bone and Jesse Bone.

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The Lani People

The Lani People

Sex Toys? Pleasure Creatures? Animals? Humans? Who are the Lani People? Who created them? A classic novel of the future that continues to question our basic value systems....

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