|Werewolf Among Us, a (1973) [Novel]|
by Dean R. Koontz
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People - ordinary people - were afraid of Baker St. Cyr. Patiently, the cyberdetective would explain that the computer half of his investigatory symbiosis did not "take over" when his human half joined with it. "A cyberdetective is part man and part computer, meshed as completely as the two can ever be. The highly microminiaturized components of the bio-computer remember and relate things in a perfectly mathematical manner that a human mind could never easily grasp, while the human half of the symbiote gives a perception of emotions and emotional motivations that the bio-computer could never comprehend. Together we make a precise and thorough detective unit."
Original title: A Werewolf Among Us
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Animals Run Rampant, Werewolves
Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ General