Time travel story, that is nice enough, as far as it goes.
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A police-procedural/detective story set in space, which failed to grab in the first few pages and encourage me to invest an hour or so in reading the >35 remaining pages.
The American civil war has gone differently, there’s low-level magic, and gondolas. What’s not to like?
Rusch has fun in a light-hearted taken on the gender politics of golf, and virtual reality, in a pro-am tournament with some very special participants.
Characterisation and family relationship are handled well, which is as well as otherwise it’s a fairly weak story.
Another in the prolific Rusch’s ‘Diving’ series, but it felt like something off a production line rather than an artisan, hand-crafted story of the kind Rusch can do.
Rusch takes a look at the ghosts that supposably haunt The White House, taking a slightly different view on time travel – by seeing it through the eyes of academic research.
Another in Rusch’s ‘Diving’ series, with Captain Tory Sabin having some back-history, issues with high command, and a very personal reason for wanting to go to the rescue of The Ivoire.