If you’ve come back here, you’ve got to wait for it.
The story of the Æon Sage is a bit of a “closed circle” or “enclosed space” hard sci-fi murder mystery. Specifically it takes place aboard a spaceship on a ‘cruise’ between two planets in the twenty-sixth century, where humans have colonized the stars, running into numerous aliens (including a handful of sentient species) with the help of “Jump Drives”. Jump Drives allow jumps of parsecs at a time, but face the problem of needing to be a great distance away from large bodies of mass (like the planet), so ships take more conventional methods of space travel out to a point where they can jump, then use the same methods to reach their target planet. You are a security guard (one of only six) aboard the Æon Sage, an interstellar cruise ship which holds more than 800 people (including crew). Predictably, everything goes wrong. You end up stuck trying to fix the problems of a small city trapped in a can some millions of miles away from the closest help, and all the while a killer is loose.