Ham Radio in Recent Novels 12 - November - 2012Posted by k9zw in Amateur Radio, K9ZW, K9ZW Just Rambled.
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As I read I’ve been struck by a sense that Ham Radio – Amateur Radio – has been more often favorably portrayed in fiction and in non-fiction books. A select few to mention from what I’ve recently read:
Sometimes Eagle’s Wings – The Saga of Aeropostale by Joy Dunkerley includes accounts of early corporate radio and radio navigation.
When the Almond Tree Blossoms by David Aikman touches on radio use when the world comes apart.
Shut Down and Buck: A Survivor of the Shut Down both by W.R. Flynn include important Ham Radio operators when the world isn’t being held together by much.
Frozen in Time: Murder at the Bottom of the World (Antarctic Murders Trilogy #1) by Theodore Jerome Cohen (the Author is a radio ham himself) includes the work of radiomen.
Founders: A Novel of the Coming Collapse and Survivors: A Novel of the Coming Collapse both by James Wesley Rawles mostly includes radio amateur’s operations in the background.
The Road Home by Andrew Baze features Amateur Radio as a centerpiece.
Three Hundred Zeroes: Lessons Of The Heart On The Appalachian Trail by Dennis R. Blanchard K1YPP includes some accounts of his operating.
Riding the Shortwaves: Exploring the Magic of Amateur Radio by Don Keith N4KC is all about amateur radio
What have you recently read that featured Amateur Radio where you might not have expected it?