A Quantum Murder

Peter F. Hamilton

21 February 2019
384 pages


A morbid assassination – or something even darker? A Quantum Murder by Peter F. Hamilton is the thrilling second book featuring Greg Mandel, the cyberpunk detective with psychic powers

Dr Edward Kitchener, respected quantum cosmology researcher, is found brutally murdered. His employers, Event Horizon, want to know what happened – and fast. Is it a gruesome killing or something far more sinister?

Greg Mandel, a once high-powered detective with psychic powers, is enticed out of retirement to take on the case. But Mandel's leads force him to confront the past. But – according to Kitchener's theories – this past might never have happened . . .

Challeging the very boundaries of reality, A Quantum Murder is an edge-of-your-seat space mystery from sci-fi legend Peter F. Hamilton,

A Quantum Murder is followed by The Nano Flower to complete the Greg Mandel trilogy.

Thoroughly engrossing . . . immensely satisfying. An excellent book. One that engages the intellect as well as the emotions. A tale that drags the reader on a corkscrew rollercoaster ride of dazzling imagination and electrifying excitement
A genuine unalloyed pleasure: I really cannot recommend this too highly, apart from dragging you out into the bookshops and sticking it under your nose
A genuinely fresh talent