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Madness, greed, love, obsession, Machiavellian plotting and a great train robbery in a captivating Victorian ...
‘Taut and exciting… a fascinating illustration of how the pattern of science changes.’ New York Times
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Published: 24 February 1997
Fascinating... Almost every paragraph contains a jolt
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Highly entertaining...a startling look at newly discovered universal laws
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