Book Review: Mars at Midnight

Mars at Midnight: A Detective Ace Sloan MysteryMars at Midnight: A Detective Ace Sloan Mystery by William Graham
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Detective “Ace” Sloan is investigating a strange murder on Mars. Who would leave a beautiful young woman to die in frigid red sand? Along with new partner, Kate Hammer, Sloan will uncover a strange Martian serial killer, and tangle with politics, education and class warfare along the way.

While an interesting premise, I found the writing a bit shallow. A populated, colonized Mars beginning to deal with problems like housing, immigration issues and crime is a really catchy story, but the characters were stereotypical and the plot left little to no suspense. Still if you want an interesting, fast read it’s a good one to download.

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