Live, Love and Cry
By George B Mair
What happened to make ‘the Pill’ a more terrifying threat to civilisation than the ‘bomb’?
No one who reads this book will ever forget how Grant, in the company of His Excellency the American Ambassador and the British Prime Minister, first watched life being created in a secret laboratory, or how they were faced with the possibility of world sterility if Penter 15 – the latest contraceptive fluid – ever found its way into hostile hands.
Men burned alive on a blazing Scottish moor, a military exercise gone wrong and the murder of two policemen lead Grant into high adventure and to a passionate entanglement with the ash blonde daughter of a famous scientist. Their final battle against SATAN – the Society for Activation of Terror, Anarchy and Nihilism – is a stupendous climax to a scientific development which could happen.
Grant’s latest assignment proved to be even more baffling and suicidal than those he undertook in Death’s Foot Forward or Miss Turquoise…
George B. Mair holds degrees in several sciences and uses his knowledge to create authentic background atmosphere in his writings. Apart from leading a busy professional life he is a travel writer and top flight popular lecturer who gathers material from journeys which have covered the less probable places in the world. He and his wife have journeyed all over the world. They were the first to photograph the interiors of the Kremlin palaces and met many top Soviet leaders, including Serov, lately chief of the secret police. Dr. Mair’s adventures range from pearl diving off Japan to arrest for alleged spying in Poland.