The Survival Guide: What to Do in a Biological, Chemical, or Nuclear Emergency
- By: Michael Clements
If you are the kind of person who likes to store a pair of sturdy boots, a warm jacket, bottled water, and a packet of biscuits in the boot of your car for that unexpected blizzard, this is the ideal book for you. Resplendent in a high visibility orange cover (presumably making it easier to locate in emergencies), this book literally wears its heart on its sleeve.
Angelo Acquista is the ideal candidate to write this book, as medical director for the New York mayor's office of emergency management. Using the logic that fear of terrorism is born of ignorance, the Survival Guide attempts to educate the lay reader as to the many biological, chemical, and nuclear threats which may be used in terror attacks.
The Survival Guide is in five sections-biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons; emergency planning; and public transport. The guide also contains a listing of UK public