In this gripping mystery, philosopher and logician Karl Popper comes out of retirement to investigate the death of his friend and protege. With the help in tracking down clues is Christopher Keynes, an unconventional detective who blends intuition with scientific rigor. The two come up against a shadowy organization that will stop at nothing to keep its secrets hidden.
For who is this book for ?
This book is perfect for fans of crime thrillers and mysteries. It’s full of suspenseful moments and well-drawn characters, providing readers with a gripping story that they won’t be able to put down.
- This book is a quick and exciting read.
- It provides an interesting look at the life of philosopher Karl Popper.
- The characters are well developed and intriguing.
- The plot is convoluted and the ending unsatisfying.
- The characters are one-dimensional and unrealistic.
- It’s preachy about philosophical ideas without being particularly insightful.
Learn more about the author
Michael Kingswood is the author of six novels, including The Philosopher’s Assassin and Popper’s. He has a PhD in philosophy from Cambridge University and taught for many years at universities in Britain and the United States.
“What an amazing book! I could not put it down. It has all the right elements – a complex and intriguing plot, fascinating characters, and plenty of suspense.”
“A thought-provoking and page-turning mystery! I loved the fascinating characters, the intricate plot, and the underlying philosophy. Highly recommended for fans of logic puzzles, intellectual thrillers, and mysteries with a twist.”
“This book kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I was thoroughly impressed with Kingswood’s ability to make a complicated philosophy come to life and create an intriguing mystery around it.”
“This book had me hooked from the beginning. I loved the way that Popper’s philosophy was used as a tool to unravel the mystery.”