Goodreads: Arctic Adagio

Author: D.J. Cockburn

Published: 29th May 2019 (Annorlunda Books)

Source: Copy from Publisher

Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)

Official Summary: “How do you catch a murderer when your suspects own the law?

Superintendent Rex Harme’s job is to protect the super-rich from pirates and anarchists. It’s not his job to investigate them. If they cared to be investigated, they wouldn’t be living on a luxury cruise ship that accepts no national jurisdiction. But when one of the super-rich is thrown into the Arctic Ocean, Harme will need to remember the detective he used to be because someone is going to pay for that murder – but whether or not the right person pays depends on whether Harme can beat the clock he isn’t supposed to know is ticking.” – Goodreads

Review: It did feel a little rushed in places, it wasn’t quite clear in some places. Other than that, I enjoyed it. Would have loved to see more detail to the world building, the little you did see showed how bleak the world had become. Would love to explore that side more.

It was pretty short, straight to the point. A little backstory, a little bit of layer to the main character. It was all about the crime and solving it.

(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the Publisher. Does not affect my review)