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The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe (New York Review Books Classics) (1973)

by David G. Compton

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For my dear wife carol.

A celebration, of her and us
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Katherine Mortenhoe . . . So now I had a name to work on, and a case history.  I also had NTV's background report.  The last two would be of little help.
Sometimes a novel is so complex it's simple. (Introduction)
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A dying woman's last days are recorded live from her brain, and available to millions of viewers.
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D.G. Compton's extraordinary novel is a forgotten classic of British SF that exposed the pitfalls of voyeuristic entertainment decades before the likes of 'The Truman Show'.

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