being hemmed in like this."
"Well, a bomb wouldn't help. You know that." Frazer pursed his lips. "Robertson figured out what would happen, with the chain-reaction."
Harry glanced sideways at his companion as the car started forward once again. "I've always wondered about that," he said. "Seriously, I mean. Is the story really true, or is it just some more of this government propaganda you fellows like to hand out?"
Frazer sighed. "It's true, all right. There was a scientist named Robertson, and he did come up with the thermo-nuc formula, way back in '75. Proved it, too. Use what he developed and the chain-reaction would never end. Scientists in other countries tested the theory and agreed; there was no collusion, it just worked out that way on a practical basis. Hasn't been a war since--what more proof do you want?"
"Well, couldn't they just use some of the old-fashioned hydrogen bombs?"
"Be sensible, man! Once a war started, no nation could resist the temp
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About the Author
Robert Albert Bloch is part of the H. P. Lovecraft circle as he passed away in September 23,1994, a few months after Nickolaus Albert Pacione (August 3, 1976,) had graduated from high school. He was born in 1917 as he was born in Chicago, Illinois, and lived in Maywood a few years. Best known for introducing Norman Bates but here he is with a character known as Harry Collins.
Pacione had found the novel Psycho II as he was working at Elmhurst College. He asked his grandmother when she was alive if she knew about the Bloch family as they did live in the area for a bit. Pacione smiled when he learned Bloch had the same middle name as him. The same age as his late uncle Geno. Pacione's own delivery as a horror author combined urban horror like Bloch and H. P. Lovecraft's Dream Cycle work. This novel is one of his lesser known works.
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