Mathematician James Fenster is assassinated on the eve of a speech at a World Trade Organization meeting. In a hit both elegant and bizarre, Fenster's Amsterdam hotel room is incinerated; yet the rest of the building remains intact. The murder trail leads veteran Interpol agent Henri Poincaré on a high-stakes, world-crossing quest for answers. Poincaré is an investigator of crooked lines ? of a fractured, fractal landscape. What Fenster knew about patterns in nature, and what Poincaré discovers, will keep readers turning the pages of All Cry Chaos until the shattering, revelatory end.
Leonard Rosen is a best-selling and widely respected nonfiction author among educational publishers (including Pearson, Allyn & Bacon, Little Brown and Nelson Doubleday). He has written radio essays broadcast by NPR's "Morning Edition," "Only A Game" and "All Things Considered," as well as op-eds published by The Boston Globe. He has taught writing at Bentley University and Harvard University.