The wives of Los Alamos
—Nesbit, TaraShea.
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Hope quickly turned to hardship as the Los Alamos wives were forced to adapt to a rugged military town where everything was a secret, including what their husbands were doing at the lab. They lived in barely finished houses with P.O. Box addresses in a town wreathed with barbed wire, all for the benefit of a project that didn't exist as far as the public knew. Though they were strangers, they joined together -- adapting to a landscape as fierce as it was absorbing, full of the banalities of everyday life and the drama of scientific discovery. But the end of the war would bring even bigger challenges to the people of Los Alamos, as the scientists and their families struggled with the burden of their contribution to the most destructive force in the history of mankind.

Item Details
Atomic bomb -- Fiction.
Deception (Military science) -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Los Alamos (N.M.) -- Fiction.
Married women -- New Mexico -- Los Alamos -- Fiction.
World War, 1939-1945 -- New Mexico -- Los Alamos -- Fiction.
Large type books.
Large print ed.
Publisher, Date:
Thorndike, ME : Center Point Large Print, c2014.
224 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
large print.
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