Very Good. First edition. Black cloth boards stamped with red decorations and spine titles. Owner's bookplate affixed to the end papers, rubbing, and edgewear, very good, lacking the dustwrapper. In 1946 doctors watch as it takes eight days for a man die at Los Alamos.
Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Hardback Hardback. Slight foxing to edge. Very slight wear to top corners of D/J. This is the story of the eight days it took a man to die at Lost Alamos while the doctors of the nation watched him. More than that, it is the nove of post-war years that had to be written. One theme in our time and one theme only overshadows the rest-the making and the using of the atomic bomb. 406 pp.
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