Future Crimes Author:Jack Dann (Editor), Gardner Dozois (Editor) An anthology of classic and critically acclaimed stories about the felonies and offenses law enforcement authorities will face in a future that's closer than we realize. — High-tech identity theft that carries remarkable consequences... — Mutant con men devising an ingenious alien scam... — A private detective with headquarters on the moon... — ... more »A world where being late is punishable by death...
A lone cop battling a cyborg Mafia don...
Art thieves operating on the blazing surface of Mercury...
CRIME HAS AN INCREDIBLE FUTURE.
At the dawn of the new millennium, the criminal world has become more high-tech, more complex, and more unpredictable. Now, take one small step forward into the future with these classic and acclaimed stories from a stellar and diverse group of masters who imagine -- beyond all imagining -- what"s waiting on the dark Mean Streets of tomorrow.
Each story begins with a few paragraphs of description of the author and their works
Preface (Future Crimes) • essay by Gardner Dozois and Jack Dann
The Dog Said Bow-Wow - Michael Stanwick [Darger and Surplus]
A Scraping at the Bones - Algis Budrys [Laurent Michaelmas]
The Retrieval Artist - Kristine Kathryn Rusch [Retrieval Artist]
"Repent, Harlequin" Said the Ticktockman - Harlan Ellison