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A shocking scientific discovery.
A conspiracy of staggering brilliance.
A thriller unlike any you've ever read....
When a NASA satellite discovers an astonishingly rare object buried deep in the Arctic ice, the floundering space agency proclaims a much-needed victory -- a victory with profound implications for NASA policy and the impending presidential election. To verify the authenticity of the find, the White House calls upon the skills of intelligence analyst Rachel Sexton. Accompanied by a team of experts, including the charismatic scholar Michael Tolland, Rachel travels to the Arctic and uncovers the unthinkable: evidence of scientific trickery -- a bold deception that threatens to plunge the world into controversy. But before she can warn the President, Rachel and Michael are ambushed by a deadly team of assassins. Fleeing for their lives across a desolate and lethal landscape, their only hope for survival is to discover who is behind this masterful plot. The truth, they will learn, is the most shocking deception of all.

Topics: Canada, Washington, D.C., Exciting, Arctic Circle, Conspiracy, Arctic, Politics, American Government, Aliens, Geology, Survival, Presidents, NASA, and Gripping

Published: Atria Books on
ISBN: 9780743475433
List price: $9.99
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It had a little of everything I like to read. It had action, suspense, political plotting, science and science fiction. Loved it!more
I'm a huge fan of integrating real scientific concepts into literature and this book exceeded my expectations!more
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It had a little of everything I like to read. It had action, suspense, political plotting, science and science fiction. Loved it!more
I'm a huge fan of integrating real scientific concepts into literature and this book exceeded my expectations!more
enthrallingmore
Pretty interesting. more
Sort of a "House of Cards" meets "The Pelican Brief" meets "24", "Deception Point" an entertaining read. There's plenty of twists to keep you guessing about not only what is coming next, but what the plot is in the first place. It isn't my favorite Dan Brown book, but it's a worthwhile read.more
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