The Story behind ‘Whistle Blower and Double Agents’ by Ruth Anderson

The Story Behind the Book

coverMy debut novel, a suspense spy thriller titled Whistle Blower and Double Agents, is inspired by actual incidents around the 200 pounds of uranium missing, or unaccountable, from a US nuclear power plant.  The question of responsibility pointed in many directions–the man who operated the nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania, the CIA, and even the President. My employer at the time, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, held hearings where a lot of lying and cover-up ensued—at the expense of the brave and later maligned nuclear scientist who blew the whistle on the case.  I’m often asked why I believe there was a cover-up.  I interviewed the whistleblower at my house and was haunted by the stories for years. You see, the ‘whistleblower’ found out exactly what happened to the uranium, who was involved—and who received the ‘missing’ uranium.  Ultimately, I felt that this was a story that needed to…

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