Elissa D. Grodin is a children’s author and novelist, and has written for the Times Literary Supplement. She lives in New York City and Connecticut with her husband, actor/commentator/activist Charles Grodin. They have a son, Nicholas.
Who killed the noted physicist? Did he fall into a black hole? Was he strangled by a string theory? Edwina Goodman is determined to find out--and she'll use all of her knowledge of physics, along with her common sense and some help from young detective Will Tenney to find out.