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Summary

Berkeley Silver, one of the richest men in the Earth empire, lies dead in the penthouse suite of the Galileo space-hotel.

Law enforcement officers Detective Captain McGinnis and Detective Sergeant Mead are called in to investigate - but it seems to have been the perfect crime.

Even when subjected to a memory scan, everybody in the space-hotel has an alibi for the murder. Which means it can have been the work of only one woman. The most accomplished - and the most glamorous - bounty hunter in the galaxy. Her name is Vienna Salvatori. And she has a little rule: nobody gets to hear her name and live....

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  • Lily
  • 08-07-21

Pretty good

The story was pretty good, too many “I’m one step head of you” type of situations which kinda got confusing and annoying. It felt lazy.
But other than that it was really good. The narrators did an amazing job as well.