The Power of One
The new Rina Martin mystery - Two men are found shot dead aboard a luxury yacht, and the key seems to lie with a company that makes computer games. What secret were the men protecting that others were prepared to kill to get hold of? Rina Martin decides to find out, much to the consternation of her friend, DI McGregor. But her impulse to help those threatened puts the people she most cares for in grave danger . . .
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
I continue to follow the adventures of sleuth Rina Martin, largely because I enjoy the supporting cast. She doesn't drop the people who were involved in previous mysteries, they join her extended "family" and are involved in the future. I liked this one a little less because the plot centers around computer gaming, and I can't shake the impression that I know more than Jane Adams does about this. The book reads like she has heard of gaming, maybe talked to some gamers or read a few articles, but never actually played a complex, multi-player game through to the conclusion. However, with those constraints, it was good, and I will be reading the next one.
Review: The Power of One (Rina Martin #3)User Review - Goodreads
Nice. Miss Marple-ish in a more modern way. Don't care very much.