A compelling thriller of wintery chills, set in the Arctic icefields
Dean Koontz was born into a very poor family and learned early on to escape into fiction. His novels have sold over 200 million copies worldwide and more than thirty have appeared on national and international bestseller lists. He lives in southern California with his wife, Gerda and a vivid imagination.
This extensively revised edition of the early Koontz novel Poison Ice depicts an imperiled team of scientists involved in an Arctic experiment. (Feb.)
"Jammed with the tensions of imminent disaster. The whole thing
unfolds with the timing of a quartz watch."--"Chicago Tribune "
"Viscerally exciting...An extended, tense tour de force...An expertly crafted, ornate suspenser...Koontz fans will love it."--"Publishers Weekly, "starred review