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Asimov's Mirage. 2000 Asimov's Mirage
by Mark W. Tiedemann
First Edition 2000
New York
ISBN 0671039105
Trade paperback
Cover illustration by Bruce Jensen
452 pages
Price: $14.95

Asimov's Mirage, a Robot novel by Mark W. Tiedemann based the stories of Isaac Asimov.

The first of a series of Robot mystery novels.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 2003 ibooks paperback edition, ISBN 0743475232. Cover illustration by Bruce Jensen.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
From Mark W. Tiedemann, Nebula Award-nominated author of Compass Reach, comes a fantastic robot mystery set in the world of the late SF Grand Master and beloved author, Isaac Asimov.

The First Law of Robotics states that a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human to come to harm.

At a crucial conference uniting the Spacers, the Settlers, and representatives of Earth, Senator Clar Eliton of Earth and Senior Space Ambassador Galiel Humadros of Aurora are advocating the restoration of positronic robots on Earth, repudiating years of fear and resentment. It is a dangerous stance to take.

As the Spacer delegates arrive on Earth, conspirators assassinate Sentor Eliton. Ambassador Humadros is cut down, too. Both are failed by their robot protectors.

Special Agent Mia Daventri -- part of the security force assigned to protect Eliton -- is the only member of her team to survive the attack, and is rushed to the hospital.

Derec Avery -- a survivor of the Robot City epic -- is called in to investigate what may have caused the robot bodyguards to fail at the most critical hour. But his inquiries are stone-walled, and an attempt is made on Mia's life. Derec and Mia join forces with Calvin Instititute attaché Ariel Burgess to penetrate a vast conspiracy that sprawls across Terran, Spacer, and Settler worlds and threatens to bring all three to the brink of war.

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