From Publishers Weekly
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Excellent Book...can't believe I had never heard of Alfred Loomis and Tuxedo Park. Sufficient technical data to keep someone with an
engineering background interested.
Superb;a story that needs telling. We give Ultra/Enigma much credit for winning WW II but it would have been much different without the elements of this story. Read morePublished 4 days ago by David A De Wilde
Poorly written. Only emphasis is the eccentricity of the tycoon, but no detail of his activity.Published 20 days ago by NI
A bit tedious but if you want insight into the development of radar and the atom bomb, it's an interesting place to start.Published 2 months ago by George B. Upton
He's a Wall Street tycoon, a brilliant scientific mind, and an inventor of devices and instruments used by the military to defeat the forces of evil. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel B.
The author did a fantastic job of weaving the history of the United States throughout the story, albeit necessary while telling the story of Alfred Loomis. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Max Simchowitz