Blood Orbit by K. R. Richardson
A Gattis File Novel

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The doctor who was observing Dillal throughout his integration with his implants was an awesome character. The book is not a light read and does not really have humorous moments, but the doctor did provide at least some well needed snark.
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This science fiction police procedural pairs an idealistic rookie with an officer who uses cybernetic implants to process forensics; in solving a mass murder, they will uncover a vast conspiracy.

Eric Matheson, an idealistic rookie cop trying to break from his powerful family, is plunged into the investigation of a brutal crime in his first weeks on the job in Angra Dastrelas, the corrupt capital city of the corporate-owned planet Gattis. A newcomer to the planet, Matheson is unaware of the danger he's courting when he's promoted in the field to assist the controversial Chief Investigating Forensic Officer, Inspector J. P. Dillal, the planet's first cybernetically enhanced investigator. Coming from a despised ethnic underclass, the brilliant and secretive Dillal seems determined to unravel the crime regardless of the consequences. The deeper they dig, the more dangerous the investigation becomes. But in a system where the cops enforce corporate will, instead of the law, the solution could expose Gattis's most shocking secrets and cost thousands of lives--including Matheson's and Dillal's.
 

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Published May 8, 2018 by Pyr. 495 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 20 2018

I thought the investigation aspect of the story was exceptionally well done. The readers have a chance to observe the investigation in great detail. We observe Dillal teaching Eric to think for himself, to further develop his skills, but he does not engage in long monologues...

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Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 20 2018

The doctor who was observing Dillal throughout his integration with his implants was an awesome character. The book is not a light read and does not really have humorous moments, but the doctor did provide at least some well needed snark.

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