Books: Town Crier

THE POISON THAT FELL FROM THE SKY by John G. Fuller Random House; 113 pages; $6.95

There seem to be not one but two writers inside the prolific John G Fuller. One has produced sober responsible books on banking and medical research. The other is better known for his hyperthyroid, irresponsible studies of psychic phenomena. In 1965 Fuller, whose various incarnations include a stint as a columnist for the Saturday Review and Emmy Award-winning work as a television producer, published Incident at Exeter. In it he concluded that the unidentified flying...

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