Deep Current

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New American Library, 2004 - Fiction - 355 pages
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A Marine unit, accompanied by a science team, is deployed to investigate an iceberg larger than Manhattan that poses a threat of incalcuable scope as it flows against the current, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. And it's heading-aiming-for Hawaii.

Their mission: to land on the floe itself, and do whatever it takes to disable the threat. But the mission turns out to be much more than expected when the threat becomes not the floe itself, but a prehistoric, predatory, species that puts every living creature in danger.

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User Review  - wareagle78 - LibraryThing

An interesting story about an iceberg heading against the current, heading on a collision course with Hawaii. The marines and the scientists are scrambled to make sense of the mystery. A reasonably tense and original thriller. Read full review

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User Review  - wmorton38 - LibraryThing

This type of story is the horror/science fictional version of the old dark house stories where a group of people are stranded (Sorry folks, the bridge is out, you’ll have to spend the night here) in ... Read full review

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Miller grew up in the rural mountains of southeastern Kentucky. With no siblings, neighbors, or television, he began writing stories as a preschooler. He has a B.S. in earth, atmospheric, and planetary sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Clemson University. He has worked as a consulting engineer and a college professor.

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