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Cold Dark Matter
by Alex Brett The Dundurn Group

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 10:1550024949

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Do you like science? Would you enjoy a mystery with a background setting in astronomy? If so, Cold Dark Matter is a must read for you. Talented Alex Brett gives us a realistic look at the astronomy complex in Hawaii where astronomers dream of finding a new planet or star. But what is there in such a place that would make someone commit murder? Was Yves Grenier murdered or not? That's what Morgan O'Brien is sent to find out ostensibly. But she's also charged with recovering Grenier's personal journals. The question is, for whom is she really working. The old friend, Duncan, who said she was going officially for his office, disappears as her investigation heats up. A complex plot with twists and turns and lots of excitement that will keep you reading. You'll really like the characters, so well drawn are they, that some of them will seem like people you know. You'll love the background setting at the giant space watching telescope complex, but be sure to wear your parka. It really gets cold up there. Enjoyable all the way through, this is a definite should read for mystery buffs. Recommended as a thoroughly satisfying read. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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