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(1929-1997) US historian and author in whose marginally Near Future Technothriller, The Tashkent Crisis (1971), the USSR threatens America and the world with an ultimatum and a new energy-beam Weapon or giant Ray Gun; American agents fight back, destroying the threat with a miniaturized nuclear warhead improbably concealed within a pistol. [JC/DRL]
born Concord, Massachusetts: 1 January 1929
died Norwalk, Connecticut: 22 September 1997
- The Tashkent Crisis (New York: E P Dutton, 1971) [hb/]
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