Reviews: “The blurb says it all — Kevin Tinto writes in the tradition of a few of the world’s most popular thriller masters: Matthew Reilly, Preston & Child, and James Rollins. In ICE, an archaeological discovery in an abandoned Native American cliff ruin leads the heroes to … deepest Antarctica. Fresh ideas and a lightning escapist read.” Ed Stackler, Thriller Editor fictioneditor.com
“This book is intense and gripping! The suspense and unexpected surprises kept me reeling. The characters of Leah and Jack are so strong and so well defined. The relationship between them is raw and deep. Intrigue and mystery keeps coming at the reader like a storm. Take an adventure that literally takes your breath away.” Pages of Sunshine
Top Amazon Reviewer: A thrilling adventure… By TFLReader TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 23, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase “I am a huge fan of historical adventures that may add in some unconventional elements to make an intriguing story. Some of my favorite authors in this genre are Preston & Child, James Rollins, and Clive Cussler. I was thrilled to find author Kevin Tinto’s debut novel, “ICE”, that also pulls these elements together masterfully and it was a fantastic read. The story of Leah, an archaeologist, and her estranged husband, Jack, who set off on an adventure to Antarctica after a discovery in New Mexico. There is mystery here, danger, and a wonderful fast-paced adventure that kept me highly engaged. I loved the two main characters and their intense relationship and am excited to see that this will be a continuing series. Very well done. (This is an unbiased book review and the opinions given here are 100% my own.)”
Archaeologist Leah Andrews stumbles upon something inexplicable in southwestern New Mexico: inside a dark cavern lies an undiscovered, Native American cliff dwelling abandoned for 800 years. While twisting through one of the narrow underground passageways, Leah’s flashlight illuminates the remains of a violent massacre.
Ancient human remains—all slaughtered in a long-ago massacre—cover the cavern floor, along with a number of brilliantly colored, granite crystals. The rare crystals are native to only one place on earth: a frozen mountain range in central Antarctica. Could Native Americans have traveled to the frozen continent of Antarctica 800 years prior to the first known human exploration?
If so how? And why? There’s only one person who can get Leah to those mountains in Antarctica: her estranged husband and climbing guide Jack Hobson. At their destination they make a stunning discovery that will change history and science forever. But Leah’s team is far from the only interested party.
As her secret makes its way to the highest levels of government, a race to seize the Russian-claimed Antarctic territory brings the world to the brink of nuclear conflict.