Black cloth-covered boards, gilt titles to spine, 176 pages. An account, from information obtained from eye-witnesses and offical documents, of the effects of testing of British nuclear weapons in Australia and the South Pacific. The author, a journalist at the time that Royal Air Force veterans and others were struggling to have their stories heard of ill-health resulting from taking part in the testing programme, wrote the book because of difficulties she encountered in having her newspaper stories about this issue published. Condition: A little light dust spotting to the top external page edges, otherwise a clean, bright, sound copy. Previous seller’s note in pencil to front free end paper.