a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
|Tom Trumbull, one of Asimov's regular "Black Widower" mystery
characters, wants to convince an eccentric mathematician (working on
Goldbach's conjecture) that his secret password is not safe.
Combinatorics plays a role. See also these [1, 3] other BW stories.
A Black Widowers short story with some interesting dialogues, but with a quite dumb and out-of-the-blue ending solution that spoiled out the fun for me
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