The Einstein Girl - Philip Sington Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099535793 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Philip Sington / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-04 by Vintage
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Thirty years after his death, private correspondence between Albe ...
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by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Psychiatrist Martin Kirsch seems to have everything going for him. He's building a successful career in Berlin and is soon to be married. However, a chance encounter with a beautiful woman threatens to become something more serious when the woman later turns up in the medical unit attached to the hospital Kirsch works at. She's been found unconscious in woodland outside Berlin, the only thing on her is a handbill for a lecture to be delivered by eminent physicist Albert Einstein. Intrigued by the woman, Kirsch contrives to have her admitted to the psychiatric ward and his quest to find out who she is and what happened to her takes him across Europe. This is ... Read the complete review
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