Would a robot make an impartial judge? The Railas Verdict comes out This Fall
By: Paul J. Joseph
Railas is not your average robot. He is a new concept in justice. Rigorously trained in law, and programmed to seek the truth, he cannot be bribed or intimidated. But the city of New Braintree has a choice. PACE, the high-tech giant responsible for most of the city's infrastructure, wants to control the courts. But, unlike Railas, their robot, MAX, does not seek justice, but political advantage. They've been trying to sabotage Railas's team since the beginning. But Railas's own investigation leads to the discovery of something worse. The accident that killed his creator was never explained and may not have involved PACE after all. But one of her secret projects may still be active. Repeating electrical distortions traveling up the space elevator where she worked are threatening both them and PACE, and they point to a greater threat far away.
"Paul J. Joseph is able to tell a fantastic story while imparting a humanity and morality that are sorely lacking in many "popular" books. Joseph's robots make me want to be a better person.
Author of the Turing Files and Through the Fold series, Paul J. Joseph has been writing science fiction for over twenty years. His works have been enjoyed on podcasts, ebook, and print. This fourth book in the series breaks new ground and promises great things for the rest of the series.
A North Carolina resident, Joseph is a college professor and technology enthusiast, producing video projects and conducting virtual reality research. He enjoys photography and bicycling and lives with his wife Ty, his son Ian, his mother in law, and three cats.
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