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|In this sequel to The Sudoku Murder, the former government mathematician who has taken over the puzzle museum in her old hometown catches a serial killer who leaves a sudoku at each crime scene. There are a few references to her old job, some discussion of her attempts to help school children with their math, and a tiny bit of math in the puzzles, but there really is not much math here. Still, if you're looking for a decent murder mystery with just a bit of math in it, this one is worth a look.
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