Book Reviews of Ice Reich

Ice Reich
Ice Reich
Author: William Dietrich
ISBN-13: 9780446607445
ISBN-10: 0446607444
Publication Date: 2/1/2000
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Set in Antarctica during the 2nd World War. An exciting story of the Nazi's search for a terrifying new plague and the efforts of a lone American pilot and his German girl friend's attempt to stop them.
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Very enjoyable if you like books about the Arctic. Interesting, entertaining reading.
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Into The Ice
It rises out of the cobalt sea like a dream; shimmering white peaks and fog-shrouded icebergs; blazing slabs of ice and vistas of windswept snow...The year is 1938. As the world hurtles toward war. Antaretica is an empty frontier. But for one man and one woman, it's the place for a different kind of battle.

Into The Fire
Owen Hart is a Montana cowboy turned cold weather bush pilot, a flyer recruited by Germany's fanatical new government. Greta Heinz is a biologist trapped in a loveless liaison with an SS officer. Together, far fromt he gathering storms of war in Europe they are caught up in a scientific expedition and a aquest to conquer Antaretica. But here, under the ice, a deadly discovery awaits as Owen and Greta journey not only into the untouched depths of a frozen landscape, but into untold regions of passion, courage and terror.