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on July 31, 2010 :
Murder in space. Murder most foul, and for Dame Naje Elpram, her holiday trip aboard a trillionaire’s space yacht becomes the setting for trying to figure out just who did what and how. In this seemingly impossible murder that is still a murder, Dame Elpram alone among the passengers is able to find the answer to this space age “whodunit!” If you loved Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, you will love Dame Elpram (“Marple” spelled backwards). This story, although definitely science fiction, and hinging upon just that fact in order for the plot to work, is still a true tribute to Agatha Christie.
If you like cozy murder mysteries, and this time set in space, you’ll love Lost Beacon Of The Vanished, by Rob Shelsky. Five stars!
(reviewed the day of purchase)