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Arctic Peril

by Max Marlow

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The World Airways flight GA 091, New York-Tokyo over the Pole, is brought down by inclement weather in the snowy wastes of northwest Canada. The survivors are beset by a blizzard and a unknow psychotic. Captain John Davis must find a way to protect his crew and passengers from the elements and from the murderous Eskimo, who hates civilization.
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World Airways flight GA 091, New York-Tokyo over the Pole, is brought down by inclement weather in the wastes of the Canadian north. The survivors are beset by a blizzard and a psychotic Eskimo. Max Marlow (pseudonym for Christopher Nicole) is the author of "Meltdown", "The Red Death" and "Growth".

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