The First Horseman

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Ballantine Books, 1999 - Fiction - 373 pages
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On the Norwegian sea, an icebreaker forges its way through frozen waters to a remote island in the Arctic, carrying a scientific team that hopes to unearth the bodies of long-dead miners. Washington Post reporter Frank Daly has the story of a lifetime. But his plan to join the scientists on their historic mission is ruined by a ferocious storm. When he meets up with the ship upon its return to port in Norway, it is clear that something has gone terribly wrong.

Fear haunts the faces of the crew. No one will talk. And someone wants Daly to stop asking questions. But the more he uncovers, the more dangerous the stakes become. Until at last he comes face-to-face with a shocking secret, a secret that pitches him into a harrowing race to prevent nothing less than . . . apocalypse.

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User Review  - Djupstrom - LibraryThing

Surprisingly good thriller. I was franticly turning the pages to see what was going to happen. It is scary to think that this exact plot could be happening right now. Read full review

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Great read - really enjoyed it. Fast paced and thrilling Read full review

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About the author (1999)

John Case is the pseudonym of an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Genesis Code, as well as two nonfiction books about the U.S. intelligence community. A resident of Washington, D.C., he is the proprietor of a company that specializes in international investigations for law firms and labor unions.

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