Not with a Bang




      Not with a Bang
It was incredible but true For months an obscure British scientist named Robert Harvey had been testing his revolutionary drug Juvenex in the greatest privacy both he and his wife had been taking it with increasingly visible results Now, after the formal experiment on a dying child, there was no longer any doubt He quickly notified the government A dedicated scientist with little thought of the possible consequences, Harvey had discovered a drug that could reverse the aging process and prolong life indefinitely The repercussions of the discovery, affecting millions of lives throughout the world, form the basis of this brilliant and wholly plausible novel. Best Read eBook Not with a Bang author Chapman Pincher – heartforum.co.uk

Harry Chapman Pincher was an Indian born British journalist, historian, and novelist whose writing mainly focused on espionage and related matters, after some early books on scientific subjects.Harry Chapman Pincher was born in India in 1914 while his father was serving in the British Army After moving to Great Britain, Chapman Pincher studied first at Darlington Grammar School and then King s College London before entering the teaching profession He served in the Ministry of Supply during the Second World War and then embarked upon a lengthy and successful career in journalism, joining the Daily Express as a science and defence correspondent Famed for his expos s, he was regarded as one of the finest investigative reporters of the twentieth century Chapman Pincher penned a number of books both non fiction and fiction and was the author of the notorious Their Trade is Treachery Prior to his death he lived in West Berkshire with his wife, Billee.

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 By Chapman Pincher – heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 248 pages
  • Not with a Bang
  • Chapman Pincher
  • English
  • 09 March 2018

10 thoughts on “ Not with a Bang

  1. Mike Robbins says:

    Chapman Pincher was famous in the 1960s and 1970s as a journalist particularly on security matters , and had something of a right wing reputation He s only just 2014 left us, at the age of 100 He s known for his journalism and several of his books have had quite an impact on the security world It s less well known that he wrote five or six novels I don t think many people read them today This piece of science fiction from the mid sixties is pretty much forgotten now, and appears to be Chapman Pincher was famous in the 1960s and 1970s as a journalist particularly on security matters , and had something of a right wing reputation He s only just 2014 left us, at the age of 100 He s known for his journalism and several of his books have had quite an impact on the security world It s less well known that he wrote five or six novels I don t think many people read them today This piece of science fiction from the mid sixties is pretty much forgotten now, and appears to be out of print That s a pity, because it s a splendid piece of hokum written in a way that makes it oddly believable A British scientist discovers the secret of eternal youth and markets it as Juvenex What happens next can be ...

  2. Erik Graff says:

    I picked up this book club first edition at a resale shop in Chicago, not knowing it s the author s only science fiction novel Pincher s reputation is primarily associated with rather right wing fiction and non f...

  3. Lysergius says:

    Excellent

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