The Earth is dead, and humanity has moved into deep-space habitats in Brink Book Four.
Bridget Kurtis and Gita Gibrani were habitat police officers working on the mysterious disappearance of Mercury. Soon, the feds stepped in. Both women were promoted and sent to separate habitats. However, they continue the investigation on their own time.
Meanwhile, Bridget is investigating a mass murder on her habitat that may or may not be related to the outlawed world porn along with a rookie cop. World porn is black-market nature shows from before the Earth’s death.
The plot is interesting. I wanted more investigation of the Mercury case. However, the local case is wrapped up in this volume. The art is bright primary colors. The characters are easily distinguishable from each other. Overall, Brink Book Four receives 3 stars from me.
Thanks to 2000 AD, Rebellion, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.