The Fuse, Volume 3: Perihelion

The Fuse, Volume 3: Perihelion


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A DAY OF CHAOS — 22,000 MILES UP! Klementina Ristovych and Ralph
Dietrich are Homicide detectives on ‘The Fuse’, a five-mile long solar energy platform orbiting above the earth that’s also home to Midway
City, population half a million. Ristovych should have retired years ago;
Dietrich is the first cop to actually volunteer for MCPD Homicide in its entire history. Previously, cases have taken them from the very bottom to the top echelons of Fuse society, and everywhere in between. But now it’s
Perihelion — the day when the Earth, and therefore the Fuse, is closest to the Sun. And on this ‘Day of Chaos’, the population of Midway City seems to go a little bit crazy! All leave is cancelled, all hands on deck... and for the MCPD, all hell is about to break loose! Whereas the previous books followed Klem and Ralph through a single case over several days,
‘Perihelion’ follows them over the course of a single day, dealing with multiple cases — from homicides to bomb threats and more besides!

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ISBN-13: 9781632156570
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 05/10/2016
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 6.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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The Fuse, Volume 3: Perihelion 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Detective story in outer space – another set of cases This time Klem and Ralph are investigating a serial killer on the Fuse (a colony out in space) while the local Carnival festivities are going on. There is also terrorist activity taking place and political machinations as several cases are investigated at the same time. Just like any detective story, there is a lot of action and some clever deductions. Bloodshed and death ensue and all the mysteries are cleared up – but it is not all over as Ralph's ulterior motive is developed.