In This Review

No Place to Hide
No Place to Hide
By David Bradley
Atlantic (Little, Brown), 1948, 182 pp

Dr. Bradley, a medical man who acted as "radiological monitor" at the Bikini experiments, kept a diary of what he saw, heard and felt. The result is this unpretentious little book, eloquent in its candor and thoroughly frightening in its implications as to the sort of life, and death, henceforth to be the lot of this earth.