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Arctic Wargame by Ethan Jones
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May 22, 12

Read from April 30 to May 19, 2012

Justin Hall sees it as his chance to recover from a botched rescue mission the year before and the escape from the prison in the Middle east that seemed to have married him to a desk job. Reports of two icebreakers, unknown origin, were cruising Canadian waters along the Northwest Passage.

Justin and his partner Carrie were ordered, along with a couple of civilians, to look into it.

It's not long before they finds evidence of an invasion, are betrayed and left for dead in the frozen wastes. But it's not that easy to kill Justin.

There's more going on up there than it seems on the surface.

Ethan Jones has opened up something new for me. Don't know a lot about Canada other than it's a Northern neighbor. We get a look at their intelligence service and outliers that look authentic to me.

A well told story full of action that makes me look forward to the next Justin Hall due out this fall.

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