Synopsis: Stonesculptors carve gigantic pieces of art out of asteroids and moons. Artist Loti Hung gets a visit from a private investigator Vanya Ingvar on Triton. They reflect on an assignment to copy the head Michelangelo’s David on a asteroid and the influence of this client.
Review: Those gigantic sculptures bring back a sense-of-wonder which I sometimes miss in contemporary SF. It raises questions of the price of fame, the arrogance of wealth. It isn’t a great mystery story but shines at the believable interaction between the two 80 year old ladies, the idea, and setting.