|Panther SF paperback, 1976. Cover painting by Angus McKie.|
"IT'S A MAN'S WORLD - BUT A ROBOT'S FUTURE...
One day the tough, dangerous, dirty jobs will be done by robots:
- superhumanly strong and invulnerable soldiers, with a built-in killer instinct
- miners and sandhogs who can work on distant planets too deadly for man
- incorruptible judges, fearing neither political pressure or criminal vengeance
- librarians with total knowledge instantly available.
Harry Harrison has painted a chilling yet piercingly prophetic picture of the Robot Age: a time when man's 'slave' machines have learned their own strength - and the weaknesses of their masters!"
The Velvet Glove
Arm of the Law
The Robot Who Wanted to Know
I See You
War With The Robots