Books by Victoria Bruce

Released: June 6, 2017

"An instructive tale of one man's 'burning mission to bring back manufacturing and innovation to America.'"
An award-winning science journalist charges that the United States is ceding first place to the Chinese in the development of technologies invented by American scientists. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 12, 2010

"Of gang after gang that can't shoot straight, but still find ample market for their wares in an ever-hungry Norte—fuel for the fires of the legalization movement."
A pointed case study in unintended consequences—in this case, of the war against drugs spilling out into civil war, and vice versa. Read full book review >
Released: April 2, 2001

"Solid research underlies a tragic story with explosive implications. (8 pages b&w photographs, not seen)"
A Portland Oregonian science reporter investigates two recent volcanic eruptions in Colombia and skewers a scientist/survivor of the latter tragedy for misrepresenting his role and taking credit for the discoveries of others. Read full book review >