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POLAR MELT

A Novel
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by Martin Roy Hill  US United States

October 8, 2018   |    710 reads    |   0 comments

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POLAR MELT - Book coverSailors know the sea has its mysteries, from ghost ships to underwater monsters. As global climate change melts the Arctic ice cap, what new dangers might be encountered? In the Arctic’s Chukchi Sea an American research ship disappears, only to reappear a few days later without its crew. When a special U.S. Coast Guard team boards the vessel, they discover an even deeper mystery linked to a nearby Russian oil drilling platform and a strange, unknown energy source that lays beneath it.

“Polar Melt is another brilliant accomplishment by Martin Roy Hill, once again demonstrating his undeniable skill as a writer.” — Scifiandfantasyreviewer.com

About The Author

Martin Roy Hill is the author of the Linus Schag, NCIS, thrillers, the Peter Brandt thrillers, DUTY: Suspense and Mystery Stories from the Cold War and Beyond, a collection of new and previously published short stories, and EDEN: A Sci-Fi Novella. His latest Linus Schag thriller, The Butcher's Bill, received the Best Mystery/Suspense Novel of 2017 from the Best Independent Book Awards, the Clue Award for Best Suspense Thriller, the Silver Medal for Thrillers from the Readers Favorite Book Awards, and the award for Adult Fiction from the California Author Project.

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