Flesh and Gold by Phyllis Gotlieb

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A compelling story of super-science and slavery, murder and justice, set in the distant future, "Flesh and Gold" tells of a telepathic woman judge, working far from her home planet, who happens upon an amphibious human enslaved and on display in a tank as an ad for a house of pleasure .

About Phyllis Gotlieb

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Phyllis Gotlieb was born in Toronto, Canada where she still currently resides. She is married to Calvin Gotlieb, now A-professor emeritus of Computer A-Science at the University of Toronto and has three grown children, and four grandchildren. She has published five volumes of A-poetry, nine novels (eight of them A-science fiction), as well as two story collections, and has co-edited an anthology of Canadian science fiction. Versions of her works have appeared in nine languages worldwide.
Published January 1, 1998 by Tor Books. 288 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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