a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
|A woman who feels her life was guided by a sequence of inexplicable coincidences seeks the advice of Thomas Post, an expert on mathematics and philosophy of "coincidence science". Apparently, Post is the sort of anti-social and dry character that is familiar to readers of mathematical fiction, and he attempts to use mathematics and science to demonstrate that coincidence does not exist.
(I have not yet had a chance to read this book and so do not know any more about it than what I've written above. If you have read it and can write to me with more information about it, especially about its mathematical content, that would be most appreciated.)
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