Robert K. Adair, "The Physics of Baseball" (HarperPerennial, 1994, 2d., rev., upd.ed.)

Fay Ajzenberg-Selove, "A Matter of Choices: Memories of a Female Physicist" (Rutgers 
U. Press, 1994)

D.J. Albers & G.L. Alexanderson. Editors. "Mathematical People: Profiles and Interview" 
(Birkheuser Boston, 1985)

Jonathan Allday, "Quarks, Leptons, and the Big Bang" (IOP, 1998)

L.W. Alvarez, "Adventures of a Physicist" (Basic, 1987)

Walter Alvarez, "T.Rex and the Crater of Doom" (Princeton,1997)

Isaac Asimov, any title, if non-fiction and scientific

P.W. Atkins, "The Second Law" (Scientific American Library, 1985)
"Molecules" (Scientific American Library, 1988)

Jim Baggott, "Perfect Symmetry, The Accidental Discovery of a New Form of Carbon" 
(Oxford U. Press, 1994)

John D. Barrow, "The World Within the World" (Oxford, 1990)
"Theories of Everything: The Quest for Ultimate Explanation" (Oxford U. Press, 1991)
"Pi in the Sky, Counting, Thinking and Being" (Oxford, 1993)

John D. Barrow and Joseph Silk, "The Left Hand of Creation" (Basic Books, 1983), w/ 
Frank J. Tipler, "The Anthropic Cosmological Principle" (Oxford Univ. Press, 1986)

Marcia Bartusiak, "Thursday's Universe" (Tempus, 1988)
"Through A Universe Darkly" (Harper Collins, 1993)

Mitchell Begelman and Martin Rees, "Gravity's Fatal Attraction:
 Black Holes in the Universe" (Freeman, 1995)

Jeremy Bernstein,  any title

Hans A. Bethe, "The Road From Los Alamos" (AIP, 1991)

Alan D. Beyerchen, "Scientists Under Hitler" (Yale, 1977)

Niels Bohr, "Essays on Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge" (Vantage, 1965)

Daniel Boorstin, "The Discoveries: A History of Man's Search to Know His World and 
Himself" (Random House, 1985)

Norman Booth, "Exploring the Solar System" (Cambridge, 1996)

Max Born, "My Life: Recollections of a Nobel Laureate" (Scribner, 1978)

J. Boslough, "Stephen Hawking's Universe" (Morrow, 1987)

Mary E. Bowen, Ed. "Writing about Science" (Oxford, 1979) A collection of pieces by 
many good popular science writers.

Carl B. Boyer, "The Rainbow: From Myth to Mathematics" (Princeton Univ. Press, 1987)

Richard P. Brennan, "Heisenberg Probably Slept Here: The lives, times,
 and ideas of the great physicists of the 20th century" (Wiley, 1997)

R. Breuer, "Contact with the Stars: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life" (Freeman, 1982) 

Dennis Brian, "Einstein: A life" (Wiley, 1996)

P. Bridgman, "Reflections of a Physicist" (Philosophical Library, 1955)
"Logic of Modern Physics" (MacMillan)

John Briggs and F. David Pleat, "Turbulent Mirror: An Illustrated Guide to Chaos Theory 
& the Science of Wholeness" (Harper Collins, 1990)

E. Broda, "Ludwig Boltzman: Man, Physicist, Philosopher" (Ox Bow, 1983)

H. Brody, "Tennis Science for Tennis Players" (Univ. of Penna. Press, 1987)

D. Allan Bromley, "The President's Scientists: Reminiscences of a White House Science 
Advisor" (Yale U. Press, 1994)

Kenneth Brown, "Inventors at Work" (Tempus, 1988)

S.C. Brown, "Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford" (MIT Press, 1981) In Physics 

John G. Burke, "Cosmic Debris: Meteorites in History" (Univ. Cal. Press, 1987)

Peter H. Cadogan, "From Quark to Quasar: Notes on The Scale of The Universe" 
(Cambridge Univ. Press, 1985)

Nigel Calder, any title

S. Chandrasekhar, "Truth and Beauty: Aesthetics and Motivations in Science" (Univ. 
Chicago Press, 1987)

J.L. Christian, Ed, "Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence: The First Encounter" (Prometheus, 

G.E. Christianson, "In the Presence of the Creator: Isaac Newton and His Times" (Free 
Press, NY, 1984)

Ronald W. Clark, "Einstein, the Life and Times: An Illustrated Biography" (H.N. Abrams, 

Barbara Lovett Cline, "Men Who Made a New Physics: Physicists and the Quantum 
Theory" (Chicago, 1987)

Frank Close, "The Cosmic Onion: Quarks and the Nature of the Universe" (Heinemann, 
w/ Michael Marten & Christine Sutton, "The Particle Explosion" (Oxford Univ. Press, 

Preston Cloud, "Oasis in Space: Earth History from the Beginning" (Norton, 1987)

I. Bernard Cohen, "The Newtonian Revolution: With Illustrations of The Transformation 
of Scientific Ideas" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1980)
"Revolution in Science" (Harvard, 1985)

Martin Cohen, "In Darkness Born: The Story of Star Formation" (Cambridge, 1986)

K.C. Cole, "Sympathetic Vibrations: Reflections on Physics as a Way of Life" (Morrow, 

Robert P. Crease, "Making Physics: A Biography of Brookhaven National Lab, 1946-1972"
(Univ. of Chicago Press, 1999)

Robert P. Crease and Charles C. Mann, "The Second Creation: Makers of the Revolution 
in Twentieth Century Physics" (Rutgers, 1996, 

James T. Cushing, "Philosophical Concepts in Physics," (Cambridge, 1998)

Per F. Dahl, "Flash of the Cathode Rays: A History of J.J. Thomson's Electron,"(IOP,1997)

Philip M. Dauber and Richard A. Muller, "The Three Big Bangs: Comet crashes,
 exploding stars, and the creation of the universe" (Addison-Wesley, 1996)

Paul C.W. Davies, "The Accidental Universe" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1982)
"God and the New Physics" (Simon & Schuster, 1983) In Physics Library
"Superforce: The Search for a Grand Unified Theory of Nature" (Simon & Schuster, 1984) 
"The Cosmic Blueprint: New Discoveries in Nature's Creative Ability to Order the 
Universe" (Simon & Schuster, 1988)
w/ J. Brown, "The Ghost in the Atom: A Discussion of the Mysteries of Quantum Physics" 
(Cambridge, 1986)
"Superstrings: A Theory of Everything?" (Cambridge, 1988)
"About Time: Einstein's unfinished revolution" (Simon & Schuster, 1995)

Terrence Dickinson, "The Universe...and Beyond"

Stillman Drake, "Galileo at Work: His Scientific Biography" (Univ. Chicago, 1978) In 
Physics Library

Sidney D. Drell, "In The Shadow of the Bomb: Physics and Arms Control" (AIP, 1993)

F. Durham, "Frame of the Universe: A History of Physical Cosmology" (Columbia Univ. 
Press, 1983)

Freeman J. Dyson, "Disturbing the Universe" (Harper & Row, 1979)
"Weapons and Hope" (Harper & Row, 1984)

Alec Eden, "The Search for Christian Doppler" (Springer, 1992)

Robert E. Ehrlich, "The Cosmological Milkshake: A semi-serious look at the size of things"
 (Rutgers, 1994)

Ivan Ekeland, "Mathematics and the Unexpected" (Univ. Chicago Press, 1988)

G. Feinberg, "Solid Clues: Quantum Physics, Molecular Biology, and the Future of 
Science" (Simon & Schuster, 1985)

Gerald Feinberg and Robert Shapiro, "Life Beyond Earth: The Intelligent Earthling's Guide 
to Extraterrestrial Life" (Morrow, 1980)
In Astronomy, Moffitt Libraries

Laura Fermi, "Atoms in the Family: My Life with Enrico Fermi" (Univ. Chicago Press, 1954) 

Timothy Ferris, "Coming of Age in the Milky Way" (Doubleday, 1989) 
"The Mind's Sky: Human Intelligence in a Cosmic Context" (Bantam, 1993)
"The Universe and Eye: Making sense of the new science" (Chronicle Books, 1993)
"The Whole Shebang: A state-of-the-universe report" (Simon & Schuster, 1997)

L.S. Feuer, "Einstein and the Generations of Science" (Transaction Books, 1982)

Richard Feynman, "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman: Adventures of a Curious 
Character" (W.W. Norton, 1985);
"What do You Care What Other People Think?" (Norton, 1988)

George B. Field, "The Invisible Universe: Probing the Frontiers of Astrophysics" 
(Birkhauser, 1985)

Arthur Fine, "The Shaky Game, Einstein, Realism, and the Quantum Theory" (Univ. 
Chicago Press, 1996, 2d ed.)

Dennis Flanagan, "Flanagan's Version: A Spectator's Guide to Science on the Eve of the 
21st Century" (Knopf, 1988)

Ira Flatow, "Rainbows, Curve Balls: And Other Wonders of the Natural World Explained" 
(Marrow, 1988)

Neville Fletcher, " The Physics of Musical Instruments" (Springer, 1998, 2nd ed.)

G. Foley, "The Energy Question" (Viking Penguin, 1987)

Robert L. Forward & Joel Davis, "Mirror Matter: Pioneering Antimatter Physics" 
(Wiley, 1988)

Allan Franklin, "The Rise and Fall of the Fifth Force" (AIP, 1993)

Joan Freeman, "A Passion for Physics" The story of a woman physicist (Hilger, 1991)

Michael W. Friedlander, "At the Fringes of Science" (Westview, 1995)

Alan J. Friedman & Carol C. Donley, "Einstein as Myth and Muse"

Otto R. Frisch, "What Little I Remember" (Freeman, 1980)

Harold Fritzsch, "The Creation of Matter" (Basic, 1984)
"Quarks: The Stuff of Matter" (Basic Books, 1983)

George Gamow, any title

M. Gardner, "Science: Good, Bad and Bogus" (Prometheus, 1981)

Murray Gell-Mann, "The Quark and the Jaguar: Adventures in the Simple and the 
Complex" (W. H. Freeman, 1994)

Owen Gingerich, "The Eye of Heaven: Ptolemy, Copernicus, Kepler" (AIP, 1993)

Sheldon Glashow w/ Ben Bova, "Interactions: A Journey Through the Mind of a Particle 
Physicist and the Matter of This world" (Warner, 1988)

Sheldon Glashow, "The Charm of Physics" (Simon & Schuster, 1991)
"From Alchemy to Quarks: The Study of Physics as a Liberal Art" (Brooks/Cole, 1994) 

James Gleick, "Chaos: Making a New Science" (Penguin, 1988)
"Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman" (Pantheon, 1992)

W. Glen, "The Road to Jaramillo: Critical Years of Revolution in Earth Science" (Stanford 
Univ. Press, 1982)

Stanley Goldberg, "Understanding Relativity: Origin & Impact of a Scientific Revolution" 
(Birkhauser, 1984)

M. Goldman, "The Demon in the Aether: The Story of James Clerk Maxwell" (Paul Harris 
Pub., 1983) In Physics Library

Donald Goldsmith, "Nemesis: The Death Star and Other Theories of Mass Extinction" 
(Berkeley Pub., 1986)

Martin Goldstein, "How We Know: An Exploration of the Scientific Process" (Plenum, 

Peter Goodchild, "J. Robert Oppenheimer: Shatterer of Worlds" (Houghton Mifflin, 1981)

V. Gornick, "Women in Science: Portraits from a World in Transition" (Simon & 
Schuster, 1983)

Samuel A. Goudsmit, "Alsos" (H. Schuman, NY, 1947) The World War II Intelligence 
Search for the Rumored German Atomic Bomb

Steven Jay Gould, "Time's Arrow, Time's Cycle" (Harvard, 1987)

H.E. Gove, "Religion or Hoax? Carbon dating the Turin shroud" (IOP, 1996)

David Grandy, "Leo Szilard: Science as a mode of being" (University, 1996)

Brian R. Greene, "The Elegant Universe: superstrings, hidden dimensions, and the
quest for the ultimate theory" (Norton, 1999)

John R. Gribbin, "In Search of Schrodinger's Cat" (Bantam, 1984)
"In Search of the Double Helix" (McGraw-Hill, 1985)
"In Search of the Big Bang: Quantum Physics and Cosmology" (Bantam, 1986)
"The Hole in the Sky" (Bantam, 1988)
"In the Beginning: After COBE and Before the Big Bang"
"The Search for Superstrings, Symmetry, and the Theory of Everything" (Little, Brown. 1999)

D.F. Griffing, "The Dynamics of Sports: Why That's the Way the Ball Bounces" 
(Mohican, 1982)

Alan H. Guth, "The Inflationary Universe: The quest for a new theory
of cosmic origins" (Addison-Wesley, 1997)

R. Harre, "Great Scientific Experiments" (Oxford Univ. Press, 1983)

Edward Harrison, "Darkness at Night: A Riddle of the Universe" (Harvard, 1987)

W.K. Hartmann & R. Miller, "Cycles of Fire: Stars, Galaxies and the Wonder of Deep 
Space" (Workman, 1987)

Stephen Hawking, "A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes" (Bantam,1988) 

Robert M. Hazen, "The Breakthrough: The Race for the Superconductor" (Summit, 1988)

J.L. Heilbron, "Lawrence and His Laboratory: Nuclear Science at Berkeley" (LBL 
Newsmagazine, Fall 1981);
"The Dilemmas of an Upright Man: Max Planck as Spokesman for German Science" 
(Univ. Cal. Press, 1986)

W. Heisenberg, "Tradition in Science" (Seabury, 1983)

N. Herbert, "Quantum Reality: Beyond the New Physics" (Anchor/Doubleday, 1985)

A.J.G. (Tony) Hey and Patrick Walters, "The Quantum Universe" (Cambridge, 1986)

P.J. Hilts, "Scientific Temperaments: Three Lives in Contemporary Science" (Simon & 
Schuster, 1982)

Art Hobson, "Physics: Concepts and connections" (Prentice-Hall, 1995)

A. Hodges, "Alan Turing, the Enigma" (Simon & Schuster, 1983)

Paul Hoffman, 1988) "Archimedes' Revenge: The Joys and Perils of Mathematics: (Norton, 

James R. Hofmann, "Andre-Marie Ampere" (Cambridge, 1995)

D. Hofstadter, "Metamagical Themes: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern" 
(Basic Books, 1985)

Jack M. Holl, "Argonne National Laboratory, 1946-1996" (illinois, 1997)

Gerald Holton, "The Advancement of Science, and its Burdens" (Cambridge, 1986)
"Physics, History, and Other Passions"
"Science and Anti-Science" (Harvard U. Press, 1993)

G. t'Hooft, 'In Search of the Ultimate Building Blocks" (Cambridge, 1997)

Fred Hoyle, any title

John R. Huizenga, "Cold Fusion: The Scientific Fiasco of the Century" (U. Rochester 
Press, 1992)

Theodore P. Jorgesen, "The Physics of Golf" (AIP, 1999,2d ed.)

Michio Kaku, "Hyperspace A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time 
Warps, and the Tenth Dimension" (Oxford U. Press, 1994)

G. Kane, "The Particle Garden: Our universe as understood by particle physicists"
 (Addison-Wesley, 1995)

R.H. Kargon, "The Rise of Robert Millikan: Portrait of a Life in American Science" 
(Cornell Univ. Press, 1982)

William J. Kaufmann, "Discovering the Universe" (Scientific American Library, 1987)

Fedor Kedrov, "Kapitza: Life and Discoveries" (translated from Russian) (Mir, Moscow, 

A. Keller, "The Infancy of Atomic Physics: Hercules in his Cradle" (Clarendon, 1983)

Daniel J. Kevles, "The Physicists, The History of a Scientific Community in Modern 
America" (Harvard Univ. Press, 1987)

Rudolph Kippenhahn, "100 Billion Suns" (Basic, 1983)

D. Knight, "The Age of Science: The Scientific World-View in the Nineteenth Century" 
(Blackwell, 1986)

Rocky Kolb, "Blind Watchers of the Sky: The people and ideas that shaped our view
 of the universe" (Addison-Wesley, 1996)

Lawrence M. Krauss, "The Physics of Star Trek" (Basic, 1995)
"Beyond Star Trek: Physics from alien invasions to the end of time"(BasicBooks, 1997)
"Fear of Physics" (BasicBooks, 1993)
"The Fifth Essence"(Basic Books, 1989)

James W. Kunetka, "City of Fire: Los Alamos and the Birth of the Atomic Age, 1943-
1945" (Prentice-Hall, 1978)

Keith J. Laidler, "To Light Such A Candle: Chapters in the history of science and 
technology" (Oxford, 1998)

W. Lanouette and B. Szilard, "Genius in the Shadow: A Biography of Leo Szilard, the 
Man Behind the Bomb" (U. Chicago Press, 1994)

David Layzer, "Constructing the Universe" (Freeman, 1985)

Leon Lederman & Dick Teresi, "The God Particle: If the Universe is the Answer, What is 
the Question?" (Houghton-Mifflin, 1993)

S. Levy, "Hackers" (Anchor/Doubleday, 1984)

Roger Lewin, "Complexity: Life at the Edge of Chaos" (MacMillan, 1992)

John S. Lewis, "Rain of Iron and Ice: The very real threat of comet and asteroid
 bombardment" (Addison-Wesley, 1996)

L.M. Libby, "The Uranium People" (Crane, Russak, 1979) 

Anna H. Livanova. "Landau: A Great Physicist & Teacher" (Pergamon, 1980) A Soviet 
citizen writing about the USSR's greatest physicist

D. Lind and S.P. Sanders, "The Physics of Skiing: Skiing at the triple point" (AIP, 1997)

David Lindley, "The End of Physics: The Myth of a Unified Theory" (Basic Books, 1993)

D.M. Livingston, "The Master of Light" (Scribners, 1973), a biography of Albert A. 

James D. Livingston, "Driving Force: the natural magic of magnets" (Harvard, 1996)

B. Lovell, "Emerging Cosmology" (Columbia Univ. Press, 1981)

David Macauley, "The Way Things Work" (Harper Collins, 1992)

Pamela McCorduck, "Machines Who Think" (Freeman, 1979)

B. McCusker, "The Quest for Quarks" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1983)

Thomas R. McDonough, "The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Listening for Life in 
the Cosmos" (Wiley, 1986)

Walter McDougall, "The Heavens and the Earth" (Basic, 1985)

Sharon Bertsch McGrayne, "Nobel Prize Women in Science: Their lives, struggles, and
momentous discoveries"(Carol Pub. Group, 1998, rev., 2d ed.)

Jagdish Mehra, "The Beat of a Different Drum: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman" 
(Oxford U. Press, 1994)

Arthur I. Miller, "Imagery in Scientific Thought: Creating Twentieth Century Physics" 
(Birkhauser, 1984)

Michael J. Moravcsik, "Musical Sound: An Introduction to the Physics of Music" 
(Paragon, 1987)

Richard Morris, "Dismantling the Universe: The Nature of Scientific Discovery" (Simon & 
Schuster, 1983)
"Time's Arrows: Scientific Attitudes Toward Time" (Simon & Schuster, 1986)
"The Nature of Reality" (McGraw-Hill, 1986)
"Achilles in the Quantum Universe: The definitive history of infinity" (Holt, 1997)

Philip Morrison, "Nothing is Too Wonderful to be True" (AIP, 1994)
Philip & Phylis Morrison, "The Ring of Truth: An Inquiry Into How We Know What We 
Know" (Random House, 1987)

Philip M. Morse, "In at the Beginnings: A Physicist's Life" (MIT, 1977)

Richard A. Muller, "Nemesis: The Death Star" (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988)

P. Nahin, "Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics and Science Fiction" 
(AIP, 1993)

J.V. Narlikar, "The Lighter Side of Gravity" (Freeman, 1982)

Donald E. Osterbrock, John R. Gustafson, and W.J.S. Unruh, "Eye on the Sky: Lick 
Observatory's First Century" (Univ. Cal. Press, 1988)

Heinz Pagels, "The Cosmic Code: Physics as the Language of Nature" (Simon & Schuster, 
"Perfect Symmetry: The Search for the Beginning of Time" (Simon & Schuster, 1985)
"The Dream of Reason: The Computer and the Rise of the Sciences of Complexity" (Simon 
& Schuster, 1988)

Abraham Pais, "Subtle is the Lord: The Science and Life of Albert Einstein" (Oxford Univ. 
Press, 1983)
"Inward Bound: Of Matter and Forces in the Physical World" (Oxford Univ. Press, 1988)
"Niels Bohr's Times" (Oxford U. Press, 1991)
"Einstein Lived Here" (Oxford U. Press, 1994)
"A Tale of Two Continents: A Physicist's Life in a Turbulent World" (Princeton, 1997)

W.K.H. Panofsky, "Particles and Policy" (AIP, 1994)

David  A. Park, "The How and the Why: An Essay on the Origins and Development of 
Physical Theory" (Princeton, 1988)
"The Fire Within the Eye: A historical essay on the nature and meaning of light" 
(Princeton, 1997)

Barry Parker, "Search for a Supertheory" (Plenum, 1988)

F. David Peat, "Infinite Potential: The life and times of David Bohm" (Addison-Wesley, 1996)

R. Peierls, "Bird of Passage: Recollections of a Physicist" (Princeton Univ. Press, 1985)

Roger Penrose, "The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning computers, minds, and the laws of the
 universe" (Oxford, 1989)

Ivars Peterson, "The Mathematical Tourist: Snapshots of Modern Mathematics" 
(W.H.Freeman, 1988)

Richard Preston, "First Light: The Search for the Edge of the Universe" (Morgan 
Entrekin/Atlantic Monthly, 1988)

J.R. Pierce, "The Science of Musical Sound" (Scientific American Library, 1983)

J.C. Polkinghorne, "The Particle Play: An Account of the Ultimate Constituents of Matter" (Freeman, 1979) In Physics Library

Thomas Powers, "Heisenberg's War: The secret history of the German bomb" (Knopf, 1993)

Neil A. Porter, "Physicists in Conflict" (IOP, 1998)

Robert D. Purrington, "Physics in the Nineteenth Century" (Rutgers, 1997)

L. Pyenson, "The Young Einstein: The Advent of Relativity" (Hilger, 1985)

Susan Quinn, "Marie Curie: A life" (Simon & Schuster, 1995)

Alastair Rae, "Quantum Physics, Illusion or Reality?" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1986)

David M. Raup, "The Nemesis Affair: A Story of the Death of Dinosaurs and the Ways of 
Science" (Norton, 1986)

Petro Redondi, "Galileo: Heretic" (Princeton, 1987)

Martin J. Rees, "Before the Beginning: Our universe and others" (Addison-Wesley, 1997)

Edward Regis, "Who Got Einstein's Office?: Eccentricity and Genius at the Institute for 
Advanced Study" (Addison-Wesley, 1987)

T.R. Reid, "The Chip: How Two Americans Invented the Microchip and Launched a 
Revolution" (Simon & Schuster, 1985)

Richard Rhodes, "The Making of the Atomic Bomb" (Simon & Schuster, 1987)

Patricia Rife, "Lisa Meitner and the Dawn of the Nuclear Age"(Birkhauser, 1999)

J.S. Rigden, "Rabi: Scientist and Citizen" (Basic, 1987)

Michael Riordan, "The Hunting of the Quark" (Simon & Schuster, 1987)

Michael Riordan and David Schramm, "The Shadows of Creation: Dark matter and the
 structure of the universe" (Freeman, 1991)

Michael Riordan and Lillian Hoddeson, "Crystal Fire: The birth of the
 information age" (Norton, 1997)

Fritz Rohrlich, "From Paradox to Reality: Basic Concepts of the Physical World" 
(Cambridge, 1987)

Milton A. Rothman, "A Physicist's Guide to Skepticism: Applying Laws of Physics to 
Faster-Than-Light Travel, Psychic Phenomena, Telepathy, Time Travel" (Prometheus, 

Rudy Rucker, "Mind Tools: The Five Levels of Mathematical Reality" (Houghton-Mifflin, 

B. Russell, "The ABC of Relativity"

Carl Sagan, any non-fiction title

R.Z. Sagdeev, "The Making of a Soviet Scientist: My Adventures in Nuclear Fusion and 
Space From Stalin to Star Wars" (Wiley, 1994)

J. Sayen, "Einstein in America: The Scientist's Conscience in the Age of Hitler and 
Hiroshima" (Crown, 1985)

Jonathan Schell, "The Fate of the Earth" (1982)

E.W. Schrier & W.F. Allman, editors, "Newton at the Bat: The Science in Sports" (Chas. 
Scribners Sons, 1984)

D. Schroeer, "Science, Technology and the Nuclear Arms Race" (Wiley, 1984)

Cindy Schwartz, "Tour of the Subatomic Zoo: A Guide to Particle Physics" (AIP, 1992)

Julian Schwinger, "Einstein's Legacy: The Unity of Space and Time" (Scientific American 
Library, 1986)

Emilio Segre, "From X-rays to Quarks: Modern Physicists and Their Discoveries" 
(Freeman, 1988)
"From Falling Bodies to Radio Waves: Classical Physicists and Their Discoveries" 
(Freeman, 1984)
"A Mind Always in Motion" (U. California Press, 1993)
M.J. Seifer, "Wizard: The life and times of Nikola Tesla -- Biography of a genius"
 (Birch Lane, 1996)

Frederick Seitz, "Electronic Genie: The tangled history of silicon"(Illinois, 1998)

Anthony Serafini, "Legends in Their Own Time: A century of American physical scientists"
 (Plenum, 1993)

Gilbert Shapiro, "A Skeleton in the Darkroom: Stories of Serendipity in Science" (Harper 
& Row, 1986)

Robert Shapiro, "Origins: A Skeptic's Guide to the Creation of Life on Earth" (Summit, 

Leonard Shlain, "Art and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time and Light" (Marrow, 
William, 1993)

J. Shore, "The Sachertorte Algorithm and Other Antidotes to Computer Anxiety" (Viking, 

Jo Ann Shroyer, " Quarks, Critters, and Chaos" (Prentice Hall, 1993)

Joseph Silk, "The Big Bang: The Creation and Evolution of the Universe" (Freeman, 1980) 
"Cosmic Enigmas" (AIP, 1994)
"A Short History of the Universe" (Freeman, 1994)

Ruth Lewin Sime, "Lise Meitner: A life in Physics" (U.California Press, 1996)

R. Smoluchowski, "The Solar System" (Freeman, 1983)

George Smoot & K. Davidson, "Wrinkles in Time" (Morrow, 1993)

D. Sobel, "Longitude: The true story of a lone genius who solved the greatest
 scientific problem of his time" (Penguin, 1995)

N. Spielberg & B.D. Anderson, "Seven Ideas That Shook the Universe" (Wiley, 1987)

Steven M. Stanley, "Earth and Life Through Time" (Freeman, 1985)

Henry J. Steffens, "James Prescott Joule and the Concept of Energy" (Science History 
Pub., 1979)

Philip Stehle, "Order, Chaos, Order: The Transition From Classical to Quantum Physics" 
(Oxford U. Press, 1993)

V.J.Stenger, "Not By Design: The Origin of the Universe" (Prometheus, 1988)
"The Unconscious Quantum: Metaphysics in modern physics and cosmology" (Prometheus, 1995)

Gunther S. Stent, "Paradoxes of Progress" (Freeman, 1978)

Curt Suplee, "Physics in the 20th Century"(Abrams for APS, AIP, 1999)

C. Sutton, "The Particle Connection: The Most Exciting Scientific Chase Since DNA and 
The Double Helix" (Simon & Schuster, 1984)

Geza Szamosi, "The Twin Dimensions: Inventing Time and Space" (McGraw, 1986)

Gary Taubes, "Nobel Dreams" (Random House, 1986)
"Bad Science: The Short Life and Weird Times of Cold Fusion" (Random House, 1993)

Edward Teller, "Energy from Heaven and Earth" (Freeman, 1979)
"The Pursuit of Simplicity" (Pepperdine Univ. Press, 1980)

J.M. Thomas, "Michael Faraday and the Royal Institution: The Genius of Manard Place" 

Silvanus P. Thompson, "Life of Lord Kelvin" (Chelsea, 1976)

Kip Thorne, "Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy" (Norton, 

I. Tolstoy, "James Clerk Maxwell: A Biography" (Canongate, 1981)  

Charles Townes, "Making Waves" (AIP, 1994)
"How the Laser Happened: Adventures of a scientist"(Oxford, 1999)

J.S. Trefil, Any title

Virginia Trimble, "Visit to a Small Universe" (AIP, 1992)

Wallace Tucker & Riccardo Giacconi, "The X-Ray Universe" (Harvard Univ. Press, 1985)
W/ Karen Tucker, "The Dark Matter: Contemporary Science's Quest for The Mass Hidden 
in Our Universe" (Morrow, 1988)

Ethlie A. Vare, "Mothers of Invention" (Morrow, 1988)

Frank Von Hippel, "Citizen Scientist" (AIP, 1991)

M. Mitchell Waldrop, "Complexity: The Emerging Science at the Edge of Order and 
Chaos" (Simon & Schuster, 1993)

James C. Walker, "Earth History: The Several Ages of Earth" (Jones & Bartlett, 1986)

Jearl Walker, "Roundabout: Readings From the Amateur Scientist in Scientific American" 
(W.H. Freeman, 1985)

Mark Washburn, "Distant Encounters: The Exploration of Jupiter and Saturn" (Harbrace, 

P.M. Watkins, "Story of the W and Z" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1985)  In Physics Library

Spencer W. Weart, "Scientists in Power" (Harvard, 1979)

Steven Weinberg, "The Discovery of Sub-Atomic Particles" (Freeman, 1983)
"Nuclear Fear: A History of Images" (Harvard Press, 1988)
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