The Professor's Conundrum

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During a lecture, Professor Maurice Masterson, resolute advocate of physics and logic, presents a mystery that drives him crazy. Only one student has conviction enough to offer a solution – God alone knows if he's right. More

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About James Field

I was born in Essex, England, in 1951.

My early days of work as an engineer led me to Norway where I met my future wife Kari. She moved to England where we married and raised our two daughters. We moved back to Norway in 1985.

My wife and I now live far in the north, well within the Arctic Circle, in the land of the midnight sun. Life here is slow and comfortable, blessed by unspoilt nature and its magnificent moods.

Being creative in the written form gives me vast pleasure. I hope, dear reader, you will take a break from your world and lose yourself in one of mine.

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Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on June 01, 2016 : (no rating)
The story is quite intelligent and does show the expertise of the author at it's best. Three stars for a good short story.

Remark: In my system, five stars is reserved for the most important SF of world literature, e.g. "1984" from George Orwell, and four stars for those I consider all-time best, for example Michael Crichton or some novels from Larry Niven.
This leaves three stars for most of really good Indie SF, but as everybody else at Smashworts does rate a SF novel at five stars if he liked it, I was detoriating the average rating of those authors I like best! So I decided to change my previous reviews, one by one, and repost them without the smashwords rating. Watch out for my rating in the review text instead!
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Review by: Michael on Jan. 19, 2015 :
When Professor Maurice Masterson is unleashed onto a group of physics students, he gets himself all in a tangle over the origin of the Universe. This story is a nice change of pace if you’re following the Cloud Brothers series. What it lacks in action and laughs, it more than makes up for in thought-provoking ideas. And after reading, you’ll inherit the Professor’s Conundrum. Don’t say you weren't warned!
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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 10, 2014 :
Not overly good or bad
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Review by: Victoria Zigler on Oct. 30, 2013 :
This is an interesting and quite thought provoking book, which I'm sure many fans of science fiction stories will enjoy reading.
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