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The year is 2015. Deep within the Antarctic Ice Sheet a hotspot suddenly appears on satellite tracking. The US science team that is sent from McMurdo Station to investigate finds an icy graveyard. Minutes later, their transmission is cut off. The last sounds heard over the radio are their screams.
NASA lures volcanologist Erica Daniels to a conference in Houston by promising to consider her for their upcoming mission--establishing the first moon base. Instead, her archrival and ex-lover, David Marsh, gets the plum assignment, while she’s sent to Antarctica to lead a new team beneath the ice. Even worse, she’s sent in blind. They told her about the thermal signature, but not about the bodies. Where did they come from? They don’t belong to the missing investigative team, so what had become of her fellow scientists? Is the activity under the ice the remnants of an ancient civilization or is there a more sinister explanation? The answer could mean the very survival of the human race. To find out, Erica will have to join forces with the man she despises--a man who’s on the moon.
About the Author
Deborah Jackson lives in Ottawa, Ontario. She grew up grew up on a farm near Woodstock, close to Stratford. Far from soaking up Shakespeare, she spent most of her time reading science fiction and fantasy. In 1986 she received a Baccalaureate Degree in Science from the University of Ottawa. For many years Deborah worked as a dialysis technician, crafting the odd story on the side until she turned it into a career. She’s a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, writing children’s novels as well as adult, but always with a twist of science fiction or mystery.
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- Paperback: 328 pages
- Publisher: Invisible College Press, LLC (September 1, 2004)
- ISBN-10: 1931468192
- ISBN-13: 978-1931468190
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