About the Book
Louisa E. Rhine—whose name is destined in the annals of science to be forever linked with that of her husband, J.B. Rhine—completed this book, her last, at age 91 in March 1983 and titled it Something Hidden after a favorite poem of J.B.R.’s.
This brilliant and inspiring researcher is now known to have played a major role in the advance of scientific psychical research that made “Rhine” a household word and Duke a yet more famous university, from the 1930s on. This final book, showing again her intellect and graceful writing, is probably her most important. The openness, humanity and keen-mindedness with which she approached her task are as significant as the task itself: an exposition of the inner life of the mind for both J.B. Rhine and herself throughout their days on earth.
About the Author(s)
Louisa E. Rhine
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: 28 photos, index
Copyright Date: 2012 
Book Reviews & Awards
“a touching autobiographical/biographical account…for all levels of readers”—Library Journal; “a valuable document in the history of science…clearly and simply written”—Choice; “a most valuable document that will not fail to surprise, intrigue, and delight the reader…I cannot recommend it enough”—The Journal of Parapsychology; “a most interesting study…a vivid and lasting impression…fascinating”—Journal of the Society for Psychical Research.