Category: Crime, Mystery & Thrillers / War & Western
Publication date: 20010412
Number of pages: 192
A twentieth century story about the politics of weapons research and the horror of their actual use.
Nigel Balchin was born in 1908 and graduated in Natural Science from Cambridge University. During the Second World War he worked as a psychologist in the personnel section of the British War Office, before becoming Deputy Scientific Advisor to the Army Council. He wrote numerous books, including How to Run a Bassoon Factory (under the pseudonym Mark Spade), and Darkness Falls from the Air. He died in 1970.
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