A blend of science fiction and stylish mystery noir featuring a robot detective: the stand alone sequel to Made to Kill

Another golden morning in a seedy town, and a new memory tape for intrepid PI-turned-hitman--and last robot left in working order-- Raymond Electromatic. When his comrade-in-electronic-arms, Ada, assigns a new morning roster of clientele, Ray heads out into the LA sun, only to find that his skills might be a bit rustier than he expected....

Author

Adam Christopher

Adam Christopher was born in Auckland, New Zealand. In 2006, he moved to the sunny North West of England, where he lives in domestic bliss with wife and cat in a house next to a canal. Adam’s short fiction has appeared in Pantechnicon, Hub, and Dark Fiction Magazine. Adam's debut novel, Empire State, is due from Angry Robot in January 2012. When not writing Adam can be found drinking tea and obsessing over Dark Shadows, DC Comics, and 1960s Doctor Who. Adam is also very bad at épée but knows that Thibault cancels out Capa Ferro, unless the enemy has studied his Agrippa. Which he has.

Country of Origin

Books:

Series: Raymond Electromatic

Book Number:
3
2018
Book Number:
2
2017
Book Number:
1
2015

Series: Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson

Book Number:
1
2015
Review Killing is My Business, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Monday, August 13, 2018
Blog #amreading Killing is My Business, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Monday, April 9, 2018
Blog Double homicide: 2016 Ngaio Marsh Award finalists revealed
Karen Chisholm
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Review Review - Elementary: The Ghost Line, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Monday, June 27, 2016
Review Review - Made to Kill, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Blog #amreading Elementary: The Ghost Line, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Thursday, May 19, 2016
ISBN
9781783296910
Year of Publication
Publisher
Book Number (in series)
2
Review Killing is My Business, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Monday, August 13, 2018
Blog #amreading Killing is My Business, Adam Christopher
Karen Chisholm
Monday, April 9, 2018

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