" 'Real good.' They could be talking about their beer, ... the weather, or Fermat's Last Theorem, Tess thought." If you like lines like this, you'll like Laura Lippman. Personally, I think she had a list of concepts she'd heard of ( maybe even written about when she was a reporter), like -Grand Unified Theory -Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle -Fermat's Last Theorem and decided it would be cool to insert them in her books at random. Just like a^3 + b^3 = c^3, this doesn't work. High literature this is not, but I will continue to read the Tess Monaghan series, cuz it's mindless fun.
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