Arctic Fire

Arctic Fire

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by Stephen Frey
     
 

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The story went something like this: Troy Jensen, who sailed solo around the world and conquered the seven summits, fell off a crab boat called Arctic Fire and drowned in the Bering Sea. Troy’s brother Jack, who doesn’t buy the story for a minute, heads to Alaska to uncover the truth. Jack discovers a connection between Troy and a secret

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The story went something like this: Troy Jensen, who sailed solo around the world and conquered the seven summits, fell off a crab boat called Arctic Fire and drowned in the Bering Sea. Troy’s brother Jack, who doesn’t buy the story for a minute, heads to Alaska to uncover the truth. Jack discovers a connection between Troy and a secret intelligence organization known as Red Cell Seven (RCS) that will stop at nothing to protect America from threat (even if they have to kill thousands of Americans to do it). The problem is, the more Jack learns about Troy’s involvement with RCS, the more RCS learns about Jack.

Arctic Fire is an adrenaline-pumping tale of one man’s descent into an underworld populated by terrorists, assassins, and viciously bad good guys.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612183480
Publisher:
Amazon Publishing
Publication date:
10/09/2012
Pages:
360
Sales rank:
469,993
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Stephen W. Frey is a former investment banker and private equity specialist. He is best-selling author of sixteen novels, including The Takeover, The Chairman, and Hell’s Gate. An avid fly-fisherman and fan of college lacrosse, Frey lives in Chestertown, Maryland.

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Arctic Fire 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RebeccasReads.com More than 1 year ago
Fast-paced and fun read The news of Troy’s death was met with feelings of intense shock and disbelief from his friends and loved ones. Knowing that they needed to let it go, they each attempted to come to terms with this terrible tragedy. Everyone that is, except for Troy’s brother, Jack… Jack did not believe that his untouchable brother would really succumb to the ocean’s fury while the remainder of the Arctic Fire’s crew had survived without so much as a scratch. That was not the way the world worked for Troy. In Troy’s world, he saved everyone around him, and more often than not he would only have a bruise or two to show for his efforts.
Capt_Frank_NJ More than 1 year ago
A real snore. Campy and rediculous characters teteroned-up macho father marine stereotype and reluctant 30 year son and CIA brother. The whole premise is dumb and throw some deadliest catch in. LAME & BORING. Luckily I bough the electronic version ( Saved some wated money) and after 7% of book just gave up. A rarity for me.