Murder in the Antarctic bookcover

Murder in the Antarctic

After a marriage break up Jim McKinnon, a security consultant, wants an Antarctic cruise with cool seals, penguins, icebergs, and the beautiful brunette Carol Martins.

She is interested in him, but is on the cruise to avenge her dead father killed in the Antarctic many years ago.

Four million dollars of stolen gold coins are hidden on the cruise ship.

A passenger dies. Murdered. Someone is protecting the stashed gold.

Jim investigates. He cannot rely on Carol: she is the prime suspect in the murder of a second passenger.

The rest of the passengers want the murders solved. They deny knowledge of the gold coins.

But someone will kill again to protect the gold. Jim could be next.

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South of Sixty bookcover

South of Sixty

Antarctic life in a wooden hut in the 1960s meant coal stoves, melted snow for water, and travelling with husky dogs.

Ships relieved the men after eight months of isolation.

South of Sixty, life on an Antarctic base describes this life, and contrasts it with the changes of present-day Antarctica.

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