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Asimov's Mysteries
Asimov's Mysteries
Author: Isaac Asimov
Isaac was the first person to sucessfully blend mystery and science fiction. This book contains most of the mysteries of his best Sci-Fi Detective, Edward Urth. Dr. Urth is a exoterrologist who solves mysteries at his armschair that happened thousands of miles away. Also includes a funny one "I'm In Marsport Without Hilda", the perfect murder wi...  more »
ISBN: 285098
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 228
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Publisher: Doubleday Science Fiction
Book Type: Hardcover
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this is a great little book with 13 short stories.
in many there is a short foreword and allhave a short
afterword. in this the author brings the reader up to speed with the history of the story.
all but a few have to do with space in the future- that
is the future of the late 1950's thru the 1960's.
I realized I had read many of the stories in school,
when they were new.
the author uses the same detectives in many of the stories which is fun.
a great book for the bed side none of the stories is too
long,and good for any age.