"Robot noir in 60s Los Angeles? You had me at 'Hello.'" --John Scalzi, New York Times bestselling author
Another golden morning in a seedy town, and a new memory tape and assignment for intrepid PI-turned-hitman--and last robot left in working order--Raymond Electromatic. But his skills may be rustier than he remembered in Killing Is My Business, the second book in Adam Christopher's robot noir oeuvre, hot on the heels of the acclaimed Made to Kill.
"Gripping, funny, deadly and suspenseful." --Boing Boing on Made to Kill
"Effortlessly swift and clever." --NPR
Ray Electromatic Mysteries
Made to Kill
Standard Hollywood Depravity
Killing is My Business