Book Review: The Peyti Crisis (Retrieval Artist #12) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The Peyti Crisis by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Publisher: WMG Publishing Inc.

After the massive attack on the Moon perpetrated by clones Noelle DeRicci, Miles Flint & Detective Nyquist are all in on the investigation of who is responsible and foiling another, bigger attack, in this installment. This one moved around to various points of view quite a lot, including the attorneys who are taking the case of the clones on.There are lots of discussions of ownership, personhood and rights, this is an interesting aspect to the story, that I enjoyed. While a lot of conversations happen and information is being gathered, there's not a lot that actually happens in this installment. It felt very much like setting the pieces up on the board for a big showdown. I'm really ready for the showdown. I'll definitely finish the series because I have to know who put this big plan into motion, what they want & the takedown should be epic. Recommended for readers of the series.

Summary:  The Moon barely survived the devastation of Anniversary Day. The second round of attacks planned to kill millions more. With the life of every human and alien on the Moon hanging in the balance, the Moon’s chief security officer, Noelle DeRicci, races to discover the identity of the masterminds behind the attacks before it’s too late.

Desperate to find answers, DeRicci turns to Retrieval Artist Miles Flint and Detective Bartholomew Nyquist for the kind of help only Flint and Nyquist can provide.

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