Sharon Delarose releases astrophysical murder mystery, “The Cantor Dimension”
January 13, 2012
Meteorites, murders, mysteries, and mayhem surround the secrets that unlock the door to zero-dimensional space in The Cantor Dimension. Solve the centuries old murder of Edmond Halley, Sr. in a place where the legendary Knights Templar hid their treasures and the Prince of Transylvania lost his head. Discover Charles Dickens’ obsession, Thomas Becket’s curse, bizarre occupations and even more bizarre laws in Kent County, England in the days of yore.
Fact and fiction blend together when people disappear in New York, Illinois and Tennessee. In Rochester, New York, a woman disappears. The memory of her existence is wiped clean from everyone who knew her except for one friend with a crazy aunt. In Utica, Illinois, a young man disappears. Nobody cares except for the one person who doesn’t believe in UFOs. In Memphis, Tennessee, Max disappears after a bank robbery leaving his clueless best friend Brody in charge of hiding his secrets from the police. What do these three disappearances have in common? The Cantor Dimension.
Albert Einstein, Edmond Halley, Georg Cantor, and Isaac Newton come together in a series of true accounts which sets the stage for time travel in this astrophysical mystery. One man’s obsession holds the key to the greatest discovery of all time.
The Cantor Dimension is available on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle.
About the author:
Sharon Delarose is known as “the strange girl who lives down the street” and The Cantor Dimension truly embraces her penchant for the bizarre, weaving hundreds of weird facts into an astrophysical mystery of time travel, murder, mystery and mayhem.
Author: Sharon Delarose