UPHEAVAL – my new ice tsunami novel – is now available!

My new short novel is out! UPHEAVAL is a future disaster thriller about an ice tsunami that devastates Nova Scotia on the Canadian east coast in 2026. And yes, there are polar bears. It’s a follow-up to my 2015 novel EATEN but with a completely different focus!

Description: Eighty-six year old Duff Gillies didn’t want to die without telling the story of what he’d witnessed during the great sea ice tsunami that devastated Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia back in 2026. That was the winter he’d agreed to take young Izzy Walker on as his student aboard the Ice Queen and the year polar bears invaded the Gulf of St. Lawrence for the first time. After an unsettling polar bear encounter out on the ice, Duff thought he’d seen everything but then three ice-covered waves turned his quiet maritime existence upside down. Called on to help a good friend rescue his brother, he and Izzy witnessed first-hand the devastating toll the tsunami had taken. But Duff had an experience no one else did and it came to haunt him. This fictional first-person account of the greatest tsunami disaster ever to hit a North American shore is a story you won’t want to miss. It’s a short novel that will leave you astonished at the destructive power a tsunami can muster when it teams up with thick sea ice cover.

Don’t forget to leave a review on Amazon. Even a sentence or two is extremely useful in the early days of book sales. Also a perfect gift – or to stockpile for holiday reading.

PS. Don’t forget my polar bear science books if you are looking for Christmas gift ideas! The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened is also available in paperback and ebook formats and Polar Bear Facts & Myths (suitable for school-aged children) is available in five languages (English, French, German, Dutch, Norwegian).

 

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November 30, 2020 at 01:07PM

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