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Occam's Razor (Kaldor City #1)

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"You are dealing with a professional. Probably a hired killer. Resourceful, highly intelligent. A computer specialist."

Kaldor: A city of robots on a world of robots. The Board runs the Company, and the Company runs the planet. Nothing happens in Kaldor City without the Board’s approval. So how come its members are dying?

Company Chairholder Uvanov is faced with an escalatin
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Published September 2001 by Magic Bullet Productions

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Noah Soudrette
Mar 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: audio, doctor-who
This first volume of the Kaldor City audios is a spin off of both Doctor Who and Blake's 7. The cast of characters includes Uvanov from the 4th Doctor episode "The Robots of Death", Carnell the Psychostrategist from the Blake's 7 episode "Weapon", and an "original" character called Kaston Iago played by Paul Darrow. The plot concerns the murders of a number of elite citizens, all centered around Uvanov. Machinations insue and fun is had by all. If you're a fan of wither Doctor Who or Blake's 7, ...more
Hone Haapu
Jan 12, 2016 rated it it was ok
I didn't know this was a Doctor Who spin off until I entered the book here!

- Expressly made for Audiobook, this story was all dialogue. However the audio appears to think that it is a movie.... At times the dialogue would start in the background or "far away" (see: hard to hear) and then grow louder as the characters got nearer. The question that got me was 'To what?' To the camera? To the microphone? To my omnipresent, voyeuristic position? It kinda did my head in a bit.
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Alan Stevens is a British writer and producer who is based in the Southeast of England, where he runs his own audio production company, Magic Bullet Productions.

Stevens has produced a number of documentaries, serials and dramas for radio and independent audio release, including the Blake's 7/Doctor Who' spinoff series Kaldor City and the second Faction Paradox audio series, and has co-written two
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