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The Declared Problem
 Argyris Pavliotis

355pp.
Patakis, 2006
ISBN: 960-16-1913-5

The search is on for a mathematics student from Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, who has vanished without a trace. The key to the mystery is to be found in some intricate equations that he was working on up to the moment of his disappearance.
In The Declared Problem the role of the detective is assumed by a successful lawyer from Thessaloniki, who musters all his skills to achieve the desired result. A humorous, laid-back detective-lawyer, he is very flexible about the decisions he makes.
Argyris Pavliotis raises the curtain on the dark side of Thessaloniki and the machinations of invisible but all-powerful economic interests in a compelling tale that plays a clever, convincing game with the science of mathematics.


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