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Under the Ice [KINDLE] ❆ Under the Ice By Richard P. Henrick – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The Soviet Premier's airplane suddenly veers off course far above the frozen Canadian wildernessand shockingly close to a brand new stateof theart NORAD radar installation Is the Soviet action a simpl The Soviet Premier's airplane suddenly veers off course far above the frozen Canadian wildernessand shockingly close to a brand new stateof theart NORAD radar installation Is the Soviet action a simple error or a tactical slap in the faceA suadron of crack F interceptors and a suad of Canadian Arctic rangers race to the region where the plane has disappeared Simultaneously the new Baffin Island radar station goes active showing NATO's hand but poised to fend off a global crisis with the highest stakes Under the ePUB Ò The US Naval Arctic Weapons lab provides support with an untested surface scanning fathometer mounted in the hull of the USS Defiance skippered by Captain Matt Colter and monitored by the device's inventor Dr Laurie LansingThe Soviets counter by rushing an awesome Akula class attack submarine in the hand of young Captain Sergei Markova to search for signs of the plane beneath the Canadian pack icethat is unless the NATO forces get there first With all of the technological might of East and West homing in on the pressure point in the icebound Davis Straits cracks appear in ice and men and a showdown unfolds with terrible stakesthe fate of humanity itself.

  • Paperback
  • Under the Ice
  • Richard P. Henrick
  • English
  • 07 June 2015
  • 9780821728086

About the Author: Richard P. Henrick

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5 thoughts on “Under the Ice

  1. Christian Christian says:

    A pretty decent thriller on the desperate race over and under the arctic ice to salvage the black box of the soviet premiers downed airplane. The book gives a nice view on the potentials of submarine warfare. While the author is very talented, a lot of his plot ideas seems to have come straight from Alistair MacLean's Icestation Zebra. And I still believe MacLean's novel to be a couple of notches better than this book, but it's still a good read.

  2. Andrew A. Andrew A. says:

    Cold War thriller. I liked the idea and the story, but not the writing. The dialogue continually used language no one would ever use in regular conversation, which made it a much denser read than it needed to be.

  3. Osarenren Ihaza Osarenren Ihaza says:

    A pretty good read; though the story takes time to develop, it was an enjoyable thriller all the same. With somewhat boring conversations, it isn't close to perfection.

  4. Jason Blythe Jason Blythe says:

    Miserable. But only cost ten cents at Half Price Books.

  5. Diane Diane says:

    So much has changed since this time in history!

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