The Physicists’ Daughter: a wartime mystery

The historical novel The Physicists’ Daughter by Mary Anna Evans has just been published.

As a beta reader I had the opportunity of contributing feedback on the manuscript. I loved the story, the protagonist, and the setting. I nodded at all the geeky references to physics and the history of 20th century science, which is not suprising given the author's professional background in physics and engineering. However, the novel is for everyone and hooks you from the start.

A couple of decades ago I helped Evans brainstorm an astronomy related plot element of her novel Artifacts, and I have been enjoying her books since then.


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