Book Review | Living All Day, or why I love Aidra Scott

Do yourself a favor and read the latest release from M.H.Mead, Living All Day (A Detroit Next novel). It is fascinating, near future sci-fi and a gripping murder mystery from start to finish. Not only is it a fantastic how-done-it, but it also tackles some serious ethical and moral questions mankind will be facing in the not so distant future. The secondary characters are all engaging, often witty, sexy, neurotic, impulsive. All very real. The main character, Aidra, is a pleasure to follow through the twists and turns of her intrigue filled life as a private investigator. Sheโ€™s working literally around the clock to keep the lights on, her caline fed, and her son in school. Her relationships with her sister, Quinn, is fantastic and nuanced. The on-again-off-again, confusing nature of Aidraโ€™s thing with her friend Morris has just the right amount of angst, and as a romance lover, it makes me yearn for more. Get this fantastic book.