An Elegant Solution (Paperback)
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Paperback 404 Pages / Published: 05/04/2019
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When someone mentions the City of Cambridge you probably think of an iconic building, its four corners stretching out of the once medieval mud and into the arms of everlasting heaven, its white limestone yearning into eternity... and without even knowing exactly what ephemeral joys or permanent wonders the vision brings to mind, it s a safe bet that the one thought which doesn t occur to you is that the Chapel might not be there by Christmas. Theo (Theophilus Ambrose Fitzwilliam Wedderburn to his friends) is a Junior Research Fellow in Number Theory. Prompted by a supervisee to demonstrate how to trace the provenance of bitcoins, Theo happens across a shocking revelation, with embarrassing ramifications for the whole University. Meanwhile he is being stalked unseen by someone from his childhood. To his annoyance, Theo falls for a cheap con... and discovers a horror set not only to rock the very seat of power itself but to change the face of Cambridge and its beautifully iconic image for ever.

Publisher: Malcolm Down Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781912863099
Number of pages: 404
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 32 mm

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“Much more than a relaxing punt along the River Cam.....”

Anne Atkins has written a beautiful book; an unforgettable adventure that takes place in and around Cambridge where Anne grew up.
The central character is Theo,a gentle, endearing mathematician who is autistic and... More

Hardback edition
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“Character- driven drama in an elegant setting.”

This book is on one level, like its title, elegant, the setting in Cambridge draws you into the iconic place, where, in some ways, nothing has changed. The criminal threat and technological mystery, impose the... More

Hardback edition
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“Cambridge, crime and bitcoins”

I found this a 'page tuner' and on many different levels. I know some readers might be put off by some of the language and relationships - but it is the real world and the characters are in the real world... More

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