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  • Once again Daylight was lulled into fancied security.

    Chapter XI

  • Already two days of ardent California sun had touched with new fires the ancient bronze in Daylight's face.

    Chapter XXIV

  • It was a fresh, raw stroke in Daylight's consciousness.

    Chapter X

  • And more and more the taste for the larger game urged in Daylight's mouth.

    Chapter XIII

  • As the lines were cast off and the steamer swung out into the current, those near him saw the moisture well up in Daylight's eyes.

    Chapter XIII

  • Much of this and more was in Daylight's heart as he looked about him.

    Chapter VIII

  • Either way -- especially with The Owl in Daylight -- I want Tessa Dick to stop her graverobbing.

    INTERVIEW: Alex Irvine

  • Legitimate investment had no place in Daylight's play.

    Chapter V

  • Along the irrigation channels of the vegetable garden streams of water were flowing, and now and again Daylight broke off from his reading to run out and change the flow of water.

    Chapter XXVII

  • Tessa Dick, the fifth wife of Philip K. Dick, has written a book called The Owl in Daylight based on the book of the same name (the final part of his highly mystical VALIS trilogy) that Dick was working on working on at the time of his death.

    The Owl in Daylight « Gerry Canavan

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