Murder at the Margin
Murder at the Margin (1978) is a whodunnit written by U.S. economists William Breit and Kenneth G. Elzinga using the joint pseudonym Marshall Jevons. The novel introduces Harvard economist Henry Spearman, a small, middle-aged, balding man who, when faced with murder, turns into an amateur sleuth who solves crimes by means of economic reasoning.
- The Fatal Equilibrium (1985)
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