Isaac Newton was always a loner, preferring to spend his time contemplating the mysteries of the universe. When the plague broke out in London in 1665 he was forced to return home from college. It was during this period of so much death, that Newton gave life to some of the most important theories in modern science, including gravity and the laws of motion.
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About Elliot Hill
Mark Edwards write
psychological thrillers. His first solo novel, The Magpies, topped the Kindle chart in the UK. He has coauthored
four novels with Louise Voss: Catch Your
Death (a #1 bestseller in the UK), Killing
Cupid (chosen by Peter James as his book of 2012), All Fall Down, and Forward
Slash. After a career that has taken in everything from picking broad beans
and answering complaint calls for a rail company to teaching English in Japan and
being a marketing director, Mark currently writes full time. He lives in the
West Midlands with his wife, three children, and a ginger cat.