by Fletcher Pratt
Publisher: The Galaxy Publishing Corporation 1952
Number of pages: 130
The story 'Double Jeopardy', invented in 1952 by American writer Fletcher Pratt (1897-1956) features his detective hero George Helmfleety Jones and consists of two adventures dealing with the ramifications of a newly discovered matter-duplication process.
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