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BSI: Starside: Final Inquiries
It’s the most dangerous assignment of their careers—a mission so top-secret, not even their commanding officer has been permitted to know the details. Within minutes, BSI agents Jamie Mendez and Hannah Wolfson are whisked aboard an Elder Race ship as massive as a small moon, hurtling across the galaxy at unheard-of speed toward the scene of a crime no one dares to put into ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published February 26th 2008 by Spectra
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Not a bad science fiction murder mystery. The mystery part is ok, but what stood out for me was the portrayal of the alien Vixa, who are not only physically strange (compared to starfish) but also sociologically/psychologically difficult to understand. I may give the other books in the series a chance, though I see on Amazon that this one got the best reviews so far.
This is fun. pure fun. One of the things I like about science fiction is the allegory of how do we humans get along with these strange other species. (each other) And a good detective story in space kind of thing also pleases me. If you like those things you will like this I think.
Roger MacBride Allen is a US science fiction author of the Corellian Trilogy, consisting of Ambush at Corellia, Assault at Selonia, and Showdown at Centerpoint. He was born on September 26, 1957 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He grew up in Washington D.C. and graduated from Boston University in 1979. The author of a dozen science-fiction novels, he lived in Washington D.C., for many years. In July 19 ...moreMore about Roger MacBride Allen...