Professor A M Low
Adrift In The Stratosphere
Publisher: Blackie & Son Limited, London, Part of the 'Tower Library ' series first published 1950
Early space age science fiction, replete with compulsory Martian death ship, Aeronauticus space vehicle and wonderful transmitting device known as Televista machine. Professor A.M. Low, whose name is widely known for his scientific inventions and advanced theories, has in this book turned to fiction. His heroes are three boys who, because of their curiosity, find themselves aboard the Wonder machine, adrift in the stratosphere and in touch with Mars. The martians hostile and yet further advanced in science, try by some startling methods to destroy the Wonder Machine. "
Condition - Book - Interior tanned heavily otherwise clean, devoid of marks, tears or folds. In pale blue cloth covers with titles in red to spine and thistle emblem to covers.
Condition - Dustjacket - Poor at BEST - , SMALL AREAS OF PAPER LOSS, HEAVY CREASES THROUGHOUT, REPAIRED WITH (PERIOD) ADHESIVE TAPE, SMALL CIRCULAR AREA OF PAPER LOSS TO BACK DJ ALSO, BOOK UNAFFECETD IN ALL CASES. Cover art by Brookshaw.