In the tradition of Malcolm Gladwell and Dan Ariely, Rugg provides new tools to solve problems and crack codes. Within three weeks of working with nothing more than 3 x 5 cards and a penknife, Rugg cracks the code of the Voynich Manuscript, proving it is a forgery, and makes international news.
About the Author
Dr. Gordon Rugg is a senior lecturer in computer science at Keele University and a visiting senior research fellow in computing at the Open University, Milton Keynes. Rugg's research has delved into everything from attitude theory and artificial intelligence to information retrieval and software engineering for safety-critical systems. Rugg lives in Shropshire, UK.
Joseph D'Agnese is a journalist and author who has written for children and adults alike. He's been published in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Discover, and other national publications. His crime fiction has appeared in Shotgun Honey, Beat to a Pulp, Plots With Guns, and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. He lives in North Carolina. Visit him online at josephdagnese.com or connect via Twitter: @JosephDAgnese.