Jack Miller is a numbers genius specializing in probability, specifically in stochastic events. After years working on a mysterious project that’s about to bear fruit, he decides to risk everything for something he’s never had: a girlfriend.
In the meanwhile, an enigmatic killer with a very special modus operandi has the entire city on edge, along with two of the FBI’s best agents. There is only one clue about his elaborate mise-en-scene, its strange symbolism, and the choice of victims: a black sedan.
A novel and original thriller with a surprising finale that takes readers through the most stirring branches of mathematics.
Novel featured on Amazon's Top 100 list.
An originally self-published novel that became a digital phenomenon. You have never read a thriller like this.
David Orange has written a fascinating, mathematical thriller with echoes of A Beautiful Mind (Ron Howard, 2001), The Girl on the Train (Paula Hawkins) and The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (Joel Dicker).