The short novel that started the entire Retrieval Artist series, The Retrieval Artist introduced Miles Flint to the world. Hugo-nominated, chosen as one of the best stories of the year, The Retrieval Artist created an entire universe, and Flint himself became what io9 calls "one of the top ten science fiction detectives ever."
Part CSI, part Blade Runner, and part hard-boiled gumshoe, the retrieval artist of the series title, one Miles Flint, would be as at home on a foggy San Francisco street in the 1940s as he is in the domed lunar colony of Armstrong City.
It feels like a popular TV series crossed with a Spielberg film-engaging...
-Locus on The Disappeared
Rusch mounts hard-boiled noir on an expansive sf background with great panache.
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