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A harrowing, first-person account of an eruption in the Andes that gravely injured American volcanologist Stanley Williams and killed six of his colleagues.
Medicine by Design
The Practice and Promise of Biomedical Engineering
John Hopkins University Press
The story of the burgeoning field of biomedical engineering, as told through the patients whose lives have been improved through new devices and medical procedures, and the physicians, scientists and engineers who invented these breakthrough technologies.
The First Directorate
My 32 Years in Intelligence and Espionage
Against the West
St. Martin's Press
The compelling story of renegade KBG General Oleg Kalugin, who became the highest-ranking KGB official to publicly break with the spy agency in the final years of the U.S.S.R.
Alice F. Martell, New York City
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