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The Icemen: A Novel of Antarctica
The Icemen A Novel of Antarctica
Author: M. E. Morris
From Publishers Weekly — Subtitled "A Novel of Antarctica," the only ice this tepid thriller will produce is glaze over the reader's eyes. When Navy Commander Marc Bradford leads his air squadron to Antarctica on what he thinks is routine support of our scientific stations there, little does he imagine that he is about to stumble into an amazing ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780891412816
ISBN-10: 0891412816
Publication Date: 8/1988
Pages: 330
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Publisher: Presidio Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Very interesting premise. Better than I thought it would be.
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From the back cover:
"US Navy pilot Marc Bradford is flying a modified Hercules C-130 into the jaws of an Antarctic windstorm, carrying a CIA report that will plunge him into a battle for his life. The CIA has uncovered a shocking plan to resurrect Hitler's Third Reich on an Argentinian research base. An Israeli Nazi hunter, an Arab terrorist, and a Russian KGB man have their own deadly interest in the scheme. Cut off from all support, Bradford and the men and women of Navy Squadron VXE-6 are the only ones who can stop it - in a war of guts and skill on the most forbidding battleground in the world."