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The Butterfly Effect (2001)
D.F. Roberts

Only available for Kindle download as far as I can tell, this sexually explicit novel follows Dr. Martin Crowe as he ``uses chaos math'' (sounds unlikely!) to solve unusual problems for people, such as his ex-lover who is now being blackmailed by her ex-husband.

--Suggested for inclusion by Vijay Fafat.

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Works Similar to The Butterfly Effect
According to my `secret formula', the following works of mathematical fiction are similar to this one:
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  2. The Fermata by Nicholson Baker
  3. Lean Your Loneliness Slowly Against Mine [Lene din ensomhet langsomt mot min] by Klara Hveberg
  4. The Faster I Walk, The Smaller I Am [Jo Fortere Jeg Gar, Jo Mindre Er Jeg] by Kjersti A Skomsvold
  5. Gambler's Rose by G.W. Hawkes
  6. The Bank by Robert Connolly
  7. Bellwether by Connie Willis
  8. Math Takes a Holiday by Paul Di Filippo
  9. The Fall of a Sparrow by Robert Hellenga
  10. La Conjecture de Syracuse by Antoine Billot
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