Seven years before the facts described in “Hadrian’s Wall”, Edward and Simon were police officers; they saw the start of the tensions between Earth and the Theta colony.
The captain of the Hadrian’s Wall is trying to get Simon to close the case; meanwhile, the detective starts feeling the effects of withdrawal from his pills.
Every crew member on the Hadrian’s Wall had something against the deceased – ecxept for his wife, the detective’s ex. But it still looks like an accident.
A criminal is on the hunt, and he’s taking his young son with him. This is the “origin story” of one of the main characters in the original “Criminal” series.
The Southern Cross has gone off its course, and Alex has found out why – but she has enemies she’ll need to fight before helping the Captain.
The titular Big Man, while torturing the Sheriff, remembers his only childhood friend – a pretty girl called Holly.
Blurgirl (probably) tried to kill herself. This creates an issue: should they call an Ambulance and break the rules or let her die?
Ristovych and Dietrich seem to have solved the most talked-about murder in the history of the Fuse… or have they?
The biggest murder case in the story of Gridlocking – the favourite spectator sport on the Fuse – keeps getting more complex, with no solution in sight.