Mathematician James Fenster, murdered on the eve of a conference in Amsterdam, knew why lightning resembles mountain ridges, leaves — and the global economy. Interpol agent Henri Poincare pursues the killer in a case that forces difficult questions, among them: If there are patterns, is there a Pattern Maker?
Leonard Rosen is a best-selling, non-fiction author among educational publishers. His radio commentaries have aired on NPR, and he has taught writing at Harvard University. He lives in Brookline, MA.
All Cry Chaos, a debut thriller by the immensely gifted Leonard Rosen, is a masterful and gripping tale that literally reaches for the heavens.