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Raskolnikov's Disorder: A Eutopian Murder Mystery

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"Crime and Punishment" meets "Midnight in Paris." Sheriff Ben Lawers, who presides over idyllic Elayne County, couldn't be happier when dazzling sisters Re and Asta Martin turn their attentions on him. However, he soon comes to suspect that their intent may be more sinister than sexy. So the tangling begins in a Gordian knot of deception, desire, and murder that will lead ...more
Paperback, 294 pages
Published October 20th 2011 by Local Area Reality
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Marcia Letaw
Feb 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
“What is that which cannot be contained by volume, for it has neither height, nor breadth, nor length, nor width? It constantly weighs on us, but its weight cannot be determined. It is a liquid, but it's viscosity is ever changing. Although we measure it, it cannot be measured.”
Jonathan Lidbeck
It's like Umberto Eco wrote an episode of Twin Peaks.

Dizzying in its scope, this crime drama soars high above its own subjects, as light as a Montgolfier balloon and as gratuitously ornamented. Embedded into the mystery are stranger-than-fiction bits of knowledge from as far-reaching fields as you can imagine: tetrachromatism, Klein bottles, astrophysics, lucid dreaming, Victorian medical practices.

The unsolved crime: a frozen corpse in a mismatched Victorian suit, a radioactive beetle, and a d
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Very different characters but interesting. Wonder if this could happen.
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