Frank A. Smith earned his bachelor's degree in physics from Villanova University and his master's and doctorate from Temple University. He spent most of his professional career as Professor of Physics at West Chester University. He is the author of numerous papers in professional journals and of the internet study guide Physics Problems Animated. This is his first novel. He resides with his wife in West Chester, Pa and Ocean City, NJ.: email@example.com
on Aug. 02, 2017 :
A pretty good quasi-cozy mystery with some interesting superficial info about relativity and other physics topics. Its main drawback is the unrealistically chirpy attitudes of every character, even the hero when he, his wanna-be lover and his daughter are threatened by a potential killer. "Whee, another near miss by the secret slaughterer! Well, off to the barbecue, Dear, and don't forget the mustard."
A good deal of excessively-casual finagling with Roman Catholic doctrine which I found quite unbelievable, having some personal experience in a similar matter or two.
I give it a very generous four stars, in part to encourage the writer to upgrade his next effort.
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