A contemporary political thriller set in the snows of Alaska, where one incident could trigger the outbreak of a global war.
Special agent Captain Rake Ozenna watches as a fleet of Russian military helicopters heads straight for his home, a remote Alaskan island with a population of just eighty.
What he doesn't know yet is why.
Russia is playing a dangerous political game. In a daring act of provocation, it reclaims the American island as its own. Caught in the crosshairs of sabre-rattling big powers, Rake is determined to save his people and his island, even if it costs him his life.
HumphreyHawksley is a foreign correspondent for the BBC, a regular speaker and panellist at Intelligence Squared and the Royal Geographical Society, and many literary festivals. Hawksley's writing has appeared in the Guardian, The Times, Financial Times, International Herald Tribune and Yale Global. Hawksley's television documentaries include The Curse of Gold and Bitter Sweet, Aid Under Scrutiny, Old Man Atom and Danger: Democracy at Work.
Crime & Mystery
Paperback - B format
Espionage & spy thriller