This book is not primarily about Miles Flint or his daughter. It mainly centers around detective Bartholomew Nyquist. Starting off with the bombing of the Armstrong dome in the book Consequences, and continuing 4 years later with a murder that is prelude to an act of terrorism that is reminiscent of 9/11, Nyquist is sucked into a mystery which no one on the moon saw coming. Of course any act of terrorism would bring in Noelle DeRicci, head of moon security.
This is by far one of my favorite books in this series. It focuses on Nyquist, a sort of moon version of Columbo, and follows him mostly through the book. It really had just enough of Flint to be called a Retrieval Artist novel and feels like it is setting up Flint for further novels at the end of the book.
Personally I would like to see more books with Nyquist as the prime character in them, but I can recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the series or of Miles Flint wholeheartedly.
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