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Mars at Midnight

By: William Graham
Narrated by: Leslie Starr O'Hara
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Detective Ace Sloan (The Red Planet Murders) returns in this exciting and compelling murder mystery from author William Graham. Set in the Martian colonies in the 22nd century, Detective Sloan must solve the murders of two immigrant women found buried in the Martian dunes and of a famous college professor. What is the connection between the murders? Sloan and his rookie colleague Detective Kate Hammer uncover a secret political conspiracy as they try to solve the crimes. This work is a fast-paced thriller with a political intrigue and edge to it.

©2016 William Graham (P)2016 William Graham

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A nice Sci-Fi detective summer read.

Those who know Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington novels may find some kinship with detective Ace Sloan. Though there is not the case for much shooting in the novel the same type of detective vibe runs through this book. William Graham is able to weave the unique personality of detective Sloan and many other characters to create an interesting story which would makes a fantastic quick summer read.

If you looking for a deep read this is not probably not the tale for you, but if you want some character development mixed with intrigue and some action give the book a chance you will probably enjoy it. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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