1977C. L. HarnessWolfhead in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Dec. 129/1
He thought the space capsule had already emptied its death canister, and the contents would be reaching the earth’s surface within hours.
1977C. L. HarnessWolfhead in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Dec. 122/2
I dimly noted that the colonel was looking at the space vehicle through a telescope. He stiffened—then he cried out. ‘Something’s happening up there! The rockets! The rockets are firing! We're too late!’
1988C. L. HarnessKrono iii. 44
He waits patiently, and he thinks. He has never been in a timequake. His surveys always stress triple stabilizers where there’s the slightest danger. So there is absolutely no reason for concern. So why is he worried? Perhaps because he is just a little insane. If you stay in this business long enough your mind turns to mush. You get off by yourself, and you think. And what do you think? You think you have solved one (or all!) of Ratell’s Paradoxes.