By Leith Hathout
A set of brief detective tales for teenagers who're attracted to making use of highschool point arithmetic and physics to fixing mysteries. the most personality is Ravi, a 14-year-old math genius who is helping the neighborhood police resolve instances. every one bankruptcy is a detective tale with a mathematical puzzle at its center that Ravi is ready to clear up. the writer invitations the reader to resolve the case on his or her personal after which explains the maths used to discover the answer to the puzzle.
Illustrated by way of Karl H. Hofmann
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