“Do not fear,” said Ho-Tu. “They cannot see you.”

“Do not fear,” said Ho-Tu. “They cannot see you.”
I studied the glass that separated us. The two girls strolled near the glass and one of them, lifting her hands behind her head, studied her reflection gravely in the mirror, retying the band of silk which confined her hair.
“On their side of the glass,” said Ho-Tu, “it seems a mirror.”
I looked suitably impressed, though of course, from Earth, I was familiar with the principles of such things.
“It is an invention of the Builders,” said Ho-Tu. “It is common in slave houses, where one may wish to observe without being observed.”

Assassin of Gor, p. 159

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