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A book recommendation

P for Paul

Recently I read a very good book, especially for those mathematics buffs with a penchant for probability. The book is Fluke, the math and myth of coincidence by Joseph C. Mazur, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Marlboro College, Marlboro, Vermont. You can read my review here, along with the complete citation: Referee Report

The book is available for purchase from Amazon, where it is also offered for the Kindle. Note that I have no financial interest in this referral.