Alexei “Sasha” Davidoff has a problem. He’s babysitting Club Bebop and investigating a mysterious incident that might have been the root cause of his death, well, sort-of death, on Ganymede. And someone else is in the Mars police-sealed archive he’s searching, but he/she/it runs whenever he tries to make contact.
Lucinda “Lucky” Burbank, multibillionaire Luther Burbank’s only heir, is broke and stuck on the moon, working two menial jobs to pay air tax and occasionally eat. It’s not helping that she has to pilfer net access from the offices she cleans at night to search for evidence that her stepmother set up her father’s “accident.”
When Sasha finally chases down the intruder to the Bebop office, he finds Lucky Burbank, quite possibly the last person in the Solar System he’d expect to be cleaning the nightclub. With her unique help, he gets into the Burbank Industries and MarsCorp networks and also finds evidence that there was a native culture on Mars before the planet died.
However, it’s going to take both of them together—with some help from Ganymede’s ghosts—to dig up the digital evidence, save the physical evidence, and solve the mystery of what caused the friendly fire disaster seven years ago.