"You don't have to be a mind reader to know that," Bill assured him.
"You must be something of a mind reader, James," remarked Berwick.
"You—you're a mind reader," he said at last, trying to laugh.
Not being a mind reader, I must leave the question unanswered.
Youre a mind reader, Nancy-Bell, exclaimed the other in admiration.
The lady must be a mind reader, then; for in the ten years I have been with the firm I can't remember seeing her once.
I wouldn't be surprised if you grew up to be a mind reader, like that feller in the show we went to at the townhall a spell ago.
I hadn't done anything of the sort, but I'd meant to, of course, and perhaps Araminta had become a mind reader.
Who had been wishing he were a mind reader, so that he might know what questions you were going to ask?
Updyke, "mind reader" that he was, had just grounds for planting the seed of everlasting vigilance in Villard's brain.