I've been waiting to get my hands on the newest book in Martha Wells' Murderbot Diaries series, Fugitive Telemetry. As I said after reading book 5, Network Effect, I was quite interested to see where the series would go now.
Well, Fugitive Telemetry didn't pay off with any of the stuff Network Effect set up. Instead, it opens on Preservation Station, where a body has been found. The Station's Security team (reluctantly) brings Murderbot in to consult as they try to find the murderer. As murder is extremely rare on Preservation Station, they shut the entire port down to investigate the murder.
What follows is a really fun mystery while Murderbot tries to find the murderer (and both Murderbot and Station Security struggle to trust one another).
So while Fugitive Telemetry did not have the further adventures of Murderbot and ARK, like I though it would, or feature the newly free SecUnit, Three, it was still a really fun read. Like most of the other books, I couldn't put it down. I hope the next (as yet unnamed) Murderbot book is fun like this one was!