Ice Station - The Scarecrow Series 1 (Paperback)
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Ice Station - The Scarecrow Series 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 01/01/2010
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At a remote US ice station in Antarctica, a team of scientists has made an amazing discovery. They found something unbelievable buried deep below the surface - trapped inside a layer of ice 400 million years old. Something made of metal...something which shouldn't be there...it's the discovery of a lifetime, a discovery of immeasurable value. And a discovery men will kill for. Led by the enigmatic Lieutenant Shane Schofield, a crack team of US Marines is rushed to the ice station to secure this bizarre discovery for their nation. Meanwhile other countries have developed the same ideas, and are ready to pursue it swiftly and ruthlessly. Fortunately, Schofield's men are a tough unit, all set to follow their leader into hell. They soon discover they just did...'For lots of lethal violence involving high-tech weaponry. For thrilling escapes from the jaws of death. For cliffhanging suspense on just about every page..."Ice Station" delivers the action-thriller goods with all the explosive fire power of a machine pistol' - "West Australian".

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330513463

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“Ice Station”

I bought this book simply because it is set in Antarctica which I found at the time to be a fascinating setting for a book of this type (I mean who would expect a team of Marines to be in Antarctica?). So I bought... More

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28th February 2012
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“great book”

very good book at suprising the reader and keeping them intrested .

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6th March 2010
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“Ice Station”

In my opinion, one of the best books of it's genre, Ice station is fast paced and continues to hold the reader's interest even after a second or third reading. The plot is easy to follow, if a little... More

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