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For fans of The Atomic Bazaar: Dispatches from the Underground World of Nuclear Trafficking by William Langewiesche, Deception: Pakistan, the United States and the Global Nuclear Weapons Conspiracy, by Adrian Levy & Catherine Scott-Clark. Atlantic published a biography of the scientist behind the first atomic bomb: American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin. It received great review coverage; A Nuclear Family Vacation will appeal to these readers Think Louis Theroux meets Dispatches
Nathan Hodge is a Washington DC-based writer for Jane's Defence Weekly. A frequent contributor to Slate, he has reported extensively from Afghanistan, Iraq and the former Soviet Union. His work has appeared in the Financial Times, Foreign Policy and Details, as well as many other newspapers and magazines.Sharon Weinberger is a contributing writer for Wired's national security blog, DANGER ROOM. She is the author of Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld and her writing on national security and science has appeared in the Washington Post Magazine, Slate, Nature and Discover.
'A fascinating series of vignettes ... Hodge and Weinberger's chronicle of the trillions of wasted nuclear dollars might stiffen Obama's resolve to take the moral high ground - and put this expenditure to better use' New Statesman 'An engaging, quirkily informative book ... part travelogue, part socio-historical analysis of nuclear weapons and their place in today's world' Big Issue 'A rapid, darkly comic tour of nuclear weapons sites across the world. A rare achievement in a nuclear policy book, their narrative demystifies an intimidating topic for a broad audience without sacrificing substance' Nature 'Entertaining ... revealing ... rich in amusing anecdotes' Guardian