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Small World

Length: 211 pages2 hours


In his “Small World” experiment, Stanley Milgram concluded that any two people, chosen at random, are connected by a chain of acquaintances with no more than five or six links.
This is a story about one such chain.
A journalist and a reclusive professor have ten days to find someone named Basil or the world will be destroyed. They know nothing about him except his first name. With the aid of a strange communication device, they discover the chain of acquaintances that will lead them to him, one person at a time. But each link presents a greater challenge than the one before it... and greater danger.
Written with humor and filled with plot twists, this book gives new meaning to the phrase, “We are not alone.”

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