It's the 1940s and the world is at war. People are dying everyday in a land far, far away. And a group of scientists have military orders to figure out a way to stop the violence, end the war, and bring American soldiers back safely. That is the world of the Manhattan project. Physicists, members of the military and their families move to Los Alamos, New Mexico, expecting an exciting new life only to find themselves confined to a small, unknown town unable to reach anyone in the outside world. Dr. Frank Winters leads a small group of misfits working on the implosion theory while Dr. Charlie
Why does the world seem infatuated with French women? There is something fascinating about them to all of us, and this book tries to uncover the uniqueness of French women. What French Women Know: About Love, Sex, and Other Matters of the Heart and Mind is written more for entertainment than science.
The author is an American journalist with a French husband who spent ten years living in France and observing the “la vie en rose” differences between the Anglos and the French. According to the author, joie de vivre is triggered by the world at large, not by an internal reality, unlike