New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Toronto, Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1995. First Edition. xvii, 223 pages. Publisher's blue boards. Three color printed dust jacket. A sound clean copy with a touch of rubbing to the dj. Clean internally, sound binding. Laid in are several letters one signed by the author. Near Fine / Near Fine. Boards. 
"Written by an author who has devoted the past 25 years of his life to studying and designing shock wave engines, this unique book offers comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of shock wave engine design. The only book treating the complete preliminary design of shock wave engines, it provides engineers with practical step-by-step guidelines applicable to the design and construction of small, lightweight, low-powered industrial turbines as well as high performace jet aircraft engines." (from the front dj flap).