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Cold Dark Matter: A Morgan O'Brien Mystery

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A book by Alex Brett

"This is more than just a fine mystery. It's full of fascinating information, all told in understandable language. The message, when it comes, is chillingly clear." -Margaret CannonGlobe and Mail, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005    "Canadian … see full wiki

Author: Alex Brett
Publisher: Castle Street Mysteries
2 reviews about Cold Dark Matter: A Morgan O'Brien Mystery
review by . October 03, 2010
In a novel that will definitely appeal to those of us mystery lovers that lay rather fond, perhaps even snobbish, claim to the title of "geek", COLD DARK MATTER uses the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope, located near the summit of Mauna Kea mountain in Hawaii at the lofty altitude of 4,204 metres as the site of a unique mystery set in the erudite world of scientific research, astronomy, cosmology and dark matter.      When an astronomer commits suicide, the Canadian authorities …
Quick Tip by . October 03, 2010
A unique Canadian mystery that will appeal to a wide variety of disparate demographics - geeks, science buffs, Canadians, 1950s history fans and mystery lovers in general. Not a great mystery but definitely enjoyable on a number of different levels.
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