There isn't much to be said at this point. The quality remains consistent and Orca is similar to the other books in the series.
This particular story is another detective like, and deals with the aftermath of when a wealthy man of the House of Orca dies under strange circumstances.
The only thing in this book that stood out to me was that most of the story is an attack against the capitalist system by the author. I don't know if this was his intention, but the parallels with the real world were so thick that I found it somewhat distracting.
Another solid entry in the series.