Race to Radar

Race to Radar

Race to Radar

by Richard Black

In September of 1940, Ned Smith, Professor of Physics at a small men’s college in Illinois, gets a telegram inviting him to join a secret project at MIT. He jumps at the chance, even if it means parting from attractive and intelligent Dorothy Wilson, just as they are getting to know each other. In the next few months, while Franklin Roosevelt runs for his third term and Britain seems ever more likely to succumb to a Nazi invasion, Ned feverishly works on the Radar project in Cambridge, Massachusetts while Dorothy explores unanticipated opportunities back in small-town Illinois. There is fire, murder, and a mystical revelation as Ned works with the wealthy and the politically powerful before his team can deliver this technology which affects the outcome of World War II.


Prefer to pay by check, money order or card by mail?  

Please download and complete our mail-in Order Form


requires Adobe Acrobat Reader®

Learn more about our publishing services

Thank You!

We appreciate your taking the time to contact us with your questions and comments. We will respond as soon as possible.

Have questions or comments?

We are available by phone Mondays - Thursdays between 9am - 5pm Pacific time and Fridays 9am - 3pm Pacific time:

(619) 218-2168

or contact us via email at apinfo@aventinepress.com or using this web form and will respond as soon as possible:

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject (required)

How did you find us?

Your Message

Back to Top