The ice: a novel of Antarctica

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Thorndike Press, 1991 - Fiction - 521 pages
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The Ice is an authentic glimpse of the beautiful, terrifying continent of Antarctica--and a murderous struggle for its survival. "Gripping . . . a timely, credible and suspenseful eco-thriller. . . . Charbonneau's passion . . . inspires the reader".--Publishers Weekly. Fine.

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Kathy McNeely is a marine biologist studying birds in Antarctica. When she discovers penguins dying from an unreported oil spill, she unwittingly gets too close to a plan to discredit the Antarctic ... Read full review


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