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The Naked Sun by Isaac Asimov

£14.00

"The Caves of Steel and The Naked Sun are the best books Asimov ever wrote"
-Guardian

On the remote planet Solaria the first murder for two hundred years has been committed. The Solarians are Spacers with a civilization based on robots instead of slaves - and some pretty weird taboos and phobias. Into this strange set-up comes Terran detective Elijah Baley, investigating the murder for his government. But Baley finds aspects  of life on Solaria difficult, even terrifying to cope with - as an Earthman, he is used to living underground. From the moment of his arrival on Solaria, Baley's investigation becomes an ordeal of nerves under the pitiless glare of the naked sun...

 

Publisher (Year): Science Fiction Book Club (1959)
Binding (ISBN): Hardback (n/a)
Cover Art: C. W. Bacon

Condition: Average. Dust jacket is intact but has considerable wear - small tears at corners/rubbing to edges/top 2 inches of spine are ripped and loose/small pen mark to rear/general fading and rubbing/inside flap has folds, book itself very tight and has no obvious damage, bright and clean pages. 

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