Love in the Lab: WW2’s Scientific Heroes Revealed in new Kindle book

After 40 40-year career in sensors and controls, he is now focusing on writing and filmmaking. He has nine novels and produced six feature-length films. T H. Harbinger is launching his brand new book, “M.A.D. Scientists–A Love Story.” The book is set to go live today, available on Amazon Kindle Books in e-book and paperback. It is expected to become a big hit with fans of Love in the Lab: WW2’s Scientific Heroes revealed in the new Kindle book world.

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This is the ninth book Harbinger has authored. The book was written with the aim in mind to for the reader to see the 1940s through the eyes of a woman scientist. Feel her desire for success without weakening her love for the soul mate.. There’s also particular excitement about this launch because Throughout the war and for the next fifty years, Viola will work side-by-side, mostly unpaid, with her husband. She worked and sacrificed for the love of country, the love of science and discovery, and the love of one man. This remarkable love story and its impact on history have remained top secret, hidden from public view, and largely unknown. Until now… .

M.A.D. Scientists–A Love Story sets its main focus on A husband and wife, much to their difficult acceptance by WW2 military brass, devise an innovative method to defeat the U-boats that dominate shipping in the North Atlantic. . Readers will likely find a particular interest in Viola would work with her husband, running the newly formed Biophysics Laboratory at the University of Minnesota, for over 40 years without pay.. The book’s cover art was created by Steve Womack and M.A.D. Scientists–A Love Story is being released by Insights on Innovation.

T H. Harbinger has a background in T H. Harbinger is a scientist having designed and invented numerous critical features for spacecraft, aircraft, automotive, and off-road vehicle controls.. This helped shape the creation of the book. His experience and creativity blend into the story, offering a page-turning story that illustrates that moment in time.

When asked about why they wrote the book, Harbinger said: “The untold stories of scientists must be shared as a way to motivate the next generation to learn and live science.”

Harbinger has hopes that the book will Inspire the next generation of young men and women to pursue a career in science and not hold back when society needs their skills, no matter the situation. This positive outlook from the author is certainly a testament to his optimism, considering his own secrecy. T H. Harbinger took his name from a situation when he was writing a newspaper in college, and the contents unveiled some situations that were best left without a clear source of that information.

In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking Professor Nancy Blake, who motives and guides these works to achieve a literary standard for professional authors. For their part in the creation of the book, saying: “This story is much the many people that supported this work as my own.”

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