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The Nobel Conspiracy


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What would a physicist do to win a Nobel prize? Most of them would try to make a ground-breaking discovery. But Clive Blackmore was no ordinary physicist and he would stop at nothing, not theft nor even murder to achieve his life-long dream. This tale, a historical, physics, murder, espionage and love story thriller is set in Manchester, Ypres, Cambridge, Hamburg, Dresden, Bologna, and London, with the final denouement taking place on the island of Heligoland. Any comparison of the author with Erskine Childers, John le Carre, Tolstoy or even J K Rowling would be entirely misplaced; this is Robin Marshall at his worst.
The Nobel Conspiracy

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