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Murder on Vinson Massif
Having failed to acquire the legendary golden Inca idols on Aconcagua in South America, Scott Devlon is hot on their trail. Kira Stern, former wife of Quentin, has murdered to steal them and is now headed to Punta Arenas, Chile where she hopes to sell them to Robert Ainsworth, a crazed international arms dealer. Joined by Quentin, Scott soon finds himself in Antarctica, co ...more
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May 09, 2012 Deb Novack rated it it was amazing
This was the first Summit Murder Mystery that I have read and it was wonderful. After just ending one climb Scott must go on another to recover two golden idols before they fall into the wrong hands. This climb on Vinson Massif has never been made in the winter and could prove treacherous. On this climb we have Scott,Esmerelda,her brother Ignacio,a millionaire Robert Ainsworth,Carlos, Quentin Stern,his ex wife Kira and some military as they are also testing equipment for the army such as outdoor ...more
Murder mysteries are not my principle reading genre of choice, and finding a good fiction book wreathed in a mountaineering or rock climbing backdrop is difficult to come by at best. The only other good one I have read was The Eiger Sanction, penned some 40 years ago by Rodney William Whitaker, and later turned into a very good and fairly technically accurate movie directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. The Seven Summit Murder series is the first series of fiction novels that I have read in a ...more
Charles G. Irion is a publisher, award-winning author, successful entrepreneur, adventurer, philanthropist, executive producer, and actor. For several decades, he has served as the sole proprietor and broker for U.S. Park Investments, a leading operator of Manufactured Home and RV communities in the United States. Before that, he was a pharmaceutical representative for Johnson and Johnson, McNeil ...moreMore about Charles G. Irion...