Abandoned On Everest

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Abandoned On Everest by Charles G. Irion, Ronald J. Watkins

Abandoned on Everest written by tabloid reporter, Quentin Stern, is the prequel to Murder on Everest. Stern reveals the inside story of the Mt. Everest expedition including sexual misdeeds, sabotage and media manipulation, all of which leads to Derek Sodoc's tragic death.

When Derek Sodoc, only son of the world's richest and most powerful man dies attempting to climb Mt. Everest, questions are raised. Was it the mountain? Or perhaps something more sinister.

After reading the book Abandoned on Everest that details Derek Sodoc's untimely death, Sodoc's father convinces the surviving expedition members to return to Everest - presumably to recover Derek's body. With billions at stake and a relentless father searching for someone to blame, everyone is a suspect.

Set against the backdrop of the world's highest and deadliest mountain, Murder on Everest is filled with intrigue, sex, betrayal, murder and mystery. It is unlike any murder mystery you've ever read.

The Summit Murder Series is a unique set of mystery novels. Join authors Charles G. Irion and Ronald J. Watkins for this extraordinary journey of exciting exploits and murder atop each of the seven major continental summits, beginning with Murder on Everest.

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ISBN-13: 9780984161812
Publisher: Irion Books
Publication date: 11/16/2009
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

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Abandoned On Everest 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JenHow77 More than 1 year ago
Abandoned on Everest is the prequel to Murder on Everest. In Murder on Everest, Quentin Stern is along for the climb to get more dirt on his companions to follow up his expose Abandoned on Everest. When Derek Sodoc dies on Mount Everest, Quentin Stern writes a book that he says is the "tell all true story" and contains what "really happened" on the mountain. He claims that he has sources that revealed the true story. As you can imagine, his climbing companions are less than thrilled with him in Murder on Everest due to this novel! I starting this book knowing that it is supposed to resemble a trashy tabloid-like read that tells Quentin's theory of what he thinks happened, which made it enjoyable. I love that the authors not only published this book that they refer to in Murder on Everest, but that they also gave Quentin writing credit!
Jennifer_Shannon More than 1 year ago
Once I read Murder on Everest I had to read Abandoned on Everest. The book's dedication says it all "to those who love scandals, misdeeds, and revenge!" It's also interesting how the fictional author (Quentin Stern) is used to tell the scandalous truth. This is a perfect companion book to Murder on Everest.