About Barbara Billig

Barbara Billig is the author of “The Nuclear Catastrophe”, a fiction novel of suspense and survival. She has a degree in science from Washington University in St. Louis and is an advocate of nuclear awareness. This book was originally written in 1977 and foretold what would happen in Chernobyl and Fukushima. A newly updated 3rd edition has been released for the kindle and in paperback. Visit http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004WDRWXY or her website at http://BarbaraBillig.com


Set in beautiful sunny Southern California, Ben Harrington and his pregnant wife, Sara, live in San Mirado. Ben is head of Whitewater Nuclear Power Plant. On a fateful day, what could NEVER happen…..does happen. Ben and Sara, the plant workers, the people living in San Mirado and those in adjacent cities all have to make decisions as to what to do, where to go.

Their choices have have both good and bad consequences – and some last forever.

This fictional story brings home the reality of what would or could happen.. History has shown us time after time that……what can go wrong….will go wrong. What would YOU do? Your answers may be different after reading this novel.

And the sequel:

#Betrayal: a Nuclear Fiction Novel of Survival


 The United Nations decrees that an independent team will be sent to Japan to evaluate this situation that threatens to contaminate the world. Bryce Anderson’s company in southern California is selected. He finds that he is not welcomed with open arms by the country of Japan.

                  Bryce hires a reporter from the Los Angeles Times, John Taguchi to gather stories from nuclear refugees. Fuji, a former nuclear power plant worker, and Mr. Nouchi, a farmer and their families are displaced from their homes by this accident. The Japanese Mafia, known as the Yakuza, have invested money in these now ruined nuclear plants. They are making threats and demands. Mr. Tanaka, Japanese Minister of Public Affairs is pulled in many directions as he tries to satisfy everyone. Their lives all intertwine in this tale of betrayal. Lies, murder, greed, and power. Whom do you trust?


3 Responses to About Barbara Billig

  1. Nuclear power is both outdated and extremely dangerous. Until we find better ways to control its damaging effects on the environment we should stop using nuclear power altogether. Great info! thanks for sharing.


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