Simon Grover always felt like a goldfish in a coptercab. The plexiglass bubble afforded full 360-degree vision, but people could also see you from the crowded traffic lanes above a big city. “Hurry,” said Simon Grover, a small, energetic man with close-set hazel eyes and a stubborn chin. “I’m hurrying,” the pilot told him with frustrating indifference. Milton Lesser was a prolific, poly-pseudonymous, poly-genre fiction writer of the mid-20th century, authoring works under the pen names of Stephen Marlowe, Adam Chase, Stephen Wilder (and in at least one ghost-writing effort, Ellery Queen), among others. This story first appeared in October [Read More]