Monday, November 13, 2017

Nuclear Terror Survival Handbook Part 1 – within one mile and Nuclear Terror Survival Handbook Part 2 – beyond one mile by Vern Blanchette


Vern Blanchette   Nuclear Terror Survival Handbook Part 1 – within one mile
                             Nuclear Terror Survival Handbook Part 2 – beyond one mile

These two books will help the reader understand what to expect if a nuclear explosion occurs in their city.  They provide a clear understanding of the many ways the nuclear bomb can harm a person and what actions citizens can take to enhance their chances of survival.  A bomb’s explosion is seen over and over again in the lives of twenty-two fictional citizens of Yorksberg; a typical American city. The bomb’s effects are correlated to the person’s location and technical details of the effects described in “The Effects of Nuclear Weapons” by Samuel Glasstone and Philip J. Dolan, U.S. Government Printing Office. 1977. By reading Part 1 and Part 2, the reader will “experience” the nuclear attack from the point of view these twenty-two fictional lives. Following each person’s story is an analysis of what happened to them and why, enriching the reader’s understanding of the effects of a terrorist’s bomb.

Vern Blanchette is a graduate of the University of Alabama (B.S. – Physics/Mathematics) and the University of Texas at Austin (M.Ed.). He has taught in public schools, community colleges, and for General Electric Company in the commercial nuclear power industry. He recently retired as an engineer with URS Corporation at the Kennedy Space Center.  Mr. Blanchette, married with six children, has been writing for more than thirty years, and is an alumnus of the Christian Writer’s Conference at Lake Yale, Florida. Comments to the author may be sent to Survive@CFL.RR.COM.

Meet Vern at the Meet the Authors Book Fair  in the Eau Gallie Civic Center in Melbourne Florida on November 18 and 19

These new books are available at Amazon.com. Each book contains approximately two-hundred pages.

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