Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

Recommended Reading: Cold Dark Matter by Alex Brett

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Recommended Reading: Cold Dark Matter by Alex Brett

Dundurn Press, 2005

From the catalogue:
A Canadian astronomer commits suicide on a desolate mountain peak in Hawaii, and Morgan O‘Brien is sent to the observatory to find his missing data. But it seems she‘s not the only one who needs those notebooks, and her competitor is willing to kill to get them. But why? To find the answer, Morgan travels from the peak of Mauna Kea deep into Ottawa‘s past, where the darkness of the Cold War still obscures the truth.

About the author:
Alex Brett has worked as a science writer, laboratory technician, field research technician, and park naturalist. After almost ten years as a writer, editor, and press officer with the National Research Council of Canada, she decided it was time to have some fun with science, and the first Morgan O‘Brien Mysteries were born.

Read more about Cold Dark Matter at the Dundurn Press website.