By Duncan Kyle
Dr John Edwards, a British healthcare professional residing and dealing in long island is drawn into the area of strength politics and espionage whilst he by accident gets a plea for support from a defecting Russian scientist. at the beginning taken care of with suspicion via the CIA, Edwards is reluctantly recruited right into a multi-national group tasked with the rescue of Professor Komarov and the secrets and techniques he holds on a weather engineering venture which may devastate the Western powers.
The merely challenge is that to rescue the Professor, the crew has first to traverse 200 miles of the frozen Polar sea after which holiday right into a mystery Soviet deploy – and previous nuclear proving floor - at the island of Novaya Zemlya contained in the Arctic Circle.
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The sill was high, maybe four feet off the ground and I reached for the top of the window, then swung my buttocks up on to the ledge. By that time he’d recovered and was coming for me again. I drew my legs up to my chest and kicked out horizontally with both of them, aiming for his face. I got him too, but it was mutual. He staggered back but I felt the knife slice along the outside of my calf. There was no time to stop and examine it; I wriggled backwards till I could get both feet on the sill, glanced down and jumped.
She frowned. ‘He’s lecturing this afternoon, again. He was—’ She stopped. ’ ‘Like hell it doesn’t matter. ’ ‘Nothing, Doctor Edwards. ’ She was trying to hide it, but she was worried. My intensity had communicated itself, twanged some chord of concern in her mind. ’ CHAPTER FIVE Something very heavy bounced inside my stomach, and I looked at her, watching that clear brow cloud over. ’ She nodded. ’ She shook her head. ‘I can’t remember his doing it before. Professor Ward—’ Her voice died away.
It was taken out last night. m. ’ He frowned at me, but my expression must have told him it mattered. He looked at the book again. ’ ‘It might,’ I said. ’ He checked for me, and said eventually, ‘I don’t think it’s been out at all. It doesn’t even seem to have been translated. ’ ‘Thanks,’ I said. I turned away, and as I did so something caught my eye, something that hadn’t been there before. A few faces had been turned my way, looking at me idly, and they hadn’t looked away as I turned. But one had, and in that sea of luxuriant young hair, a bald spot shone out like a fried egg in a blueberry pie.
A Cage of Ice by Duncan Kyle