High Latitude for Dying - Hugh Allan
TANYA HAS A SCORE TO SETTLE WITH THE RUSSIAN
WHO RAPED HER AND LEFT HER FOR DEAD…
Tanya learns that the Russian has teamed up with Chechen terrorists led by a renegade Argentine Naval officer, who has a growing contempt for the British reign. Their Mission - to find a vessel loaded with munitions that had been hijacked by Argentine renegades during the Falklands War; and then the ship and the renegades who stole it vanished somewhere near the Antarctic Peninsula with no trace or clue. To find the munitions is the priority for the terrorists and nothing will stop them from delivering their justice onto the global political powers.
Aided by her brother, sister-in-law and an Australian Antarctic expert, Tanya pursues the Russian criminal half way around the world to face her attacker at the Antarctic Peninsula. Her small band of supporters follow the terrorists’ trail, unaware of the potential threat looming over the world; one of absolute destruction if the terrorists succeed in their cause.
Her personal mission is vengeance on the Russian but what she may actually find is an unplanned, and unexpected, chance to save the world. But her small team may be no match for the Russian and his new allies, who are hellbent on the objective ahead and hold no tolerance for a woman’s bittersweet revenge…
Hugh Allan is a retired scientist. He and his family have travelled extensively around Australia and the world, including the Antarctic Peninsula. Hugh is an active member of Australian Bush Poets Association; the Fellowship of Australian Writers Queensland and an associate member of the Australian Society of Authors. He has had over forty poems and articles published in various magazines. He is known as a passionate author and supporter of all elements in writing.
“A tense and emotional tale of international crimes and conflicts, structured in great prose and narrative that engages for the full ride…action, drama and danger fill the pages of this exciting adventure packed novel…A must read for lovers of Matthew Riley and Alister MacLean…” Adrian, IndieBooks Reviewer.