When an Argentine math student discovers the smothered body of his landlady, conventional wisdom points to a family member with the most prosaic of motives. But then renowned logician Arthur Seldom, author of a book on the mathematics of serial killers, tells of a strange note left in his mailbox. The note indicates that the murder is the first in a series linked by a mysterious pattern. Each new death is accompanied by a different mathematical shape.
Hailed as a "clever, chilling novel that takes crime writing to a new level" by London's Sunday Times, this psychological thriller from Guillermo Martínez will captivate mystery lovers and literature buffs alike. An extremely successful author named Kloster and an unnamed, up-andcoming writer have one thing in common - they've both employed a typist named Luciana. Now Luciana claims Kloster is killing off her family, and she desperately needs help.
"Perhaps I'm not the target audience?"