Arctic Meltdown

Arctic Meltdown Arctic Meltdown is a thriller set against the backdrop of the melting polar icecap and the ensuing jostling for jurisdiction over seabed resources Hanne Kristensen a beautiful Danish geologist has t

  • Title: Arctic Meltdown
  • Author: Geza Tatrallyay
  • ISBN: 9781466006935
  • Page: 395
  • Format: ebook
  • Arctic Meltdown is a thriller set against the backdrop of the melting polar icecap and the ensuing jostling for jurisdiction over seabed resources Hanne Kristensen, a beautiful Danish geologist, has to contend with a corrupted UN process, Chinese and Russian aggression and the resulting international tension to try to save the world from war and the Arctic from environmenArctic Meltdown is a thriller set against the backdrop of the melting polar icecap and the ensuing jostling for jurisdiction over seabed resources Hanne Kristensen, a beautiful Danish geologist, has to contend with a corrupted UN process, Chinese and Russian aggression and the resulting international tension to try to save the world from war and the Arctic from environmental catastrophe.

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    1. A Cerebral Peregrination of Intrigue and MysteryThe Arctic is melting. Russia, China, the US and others strive to obtain the rights and control of the resources that lie beneath the surface of the frigid waters.Hanne Kristensen, a pulchritudinous Danish geologist finds herself contending with corruption and pressure from several avenues. She is shocked by sleazy UN processes and perversions. Antagonistic behaviour from Russian and Chinese leaders coupled with aggressive responses from the U.S. a [...]

    2. While clearly a fictional story, Arctic Meltdown is a well researched novel. I appreciate the insight into potential international issues interspersed with a bit of violence, sex and mystery.

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