Absolute Zero

Absolute Zero

by Chuck Logan
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Absolute Zero by Chuck Logan

In the icy jaws of an early winter, three big-city professionals joined Phil Broker on a canoe trip across Minnesota's remotest lake. Nature's unexpected fury battered and nearly killed them.

But it was Man who left one of them worse than dead . . .

Haunted ex-cop Phil Broker owes Hank Sommer his life — and now the wealthy writer is in a coma, thanks to a “freak” mishap on a hospital operating table. Broker knows from hard experience that accidents are not always what they appear to be. He suspects foul play, and he's not about to let Sommer fade out of this world so easily. But the trail to answers is twisted and deadly, winding around the comatose man's beautiful wife — a former exotic dancer — and the ring of dangerous men still surrounding her. And Broker's determined search for justice and truth is taking him to a dark and terrifying place where he will be forced to fight for his very survival on the coldest night in Minnesota's history . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780061031564
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/05/2003
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 6.75(h) x 1.16(d)

About the Author

Chuck Logan is the author of eight novels, including After the Rain, Vapor Trail, Absolute Zero, and The Big Law. He is a veteran of the Vietnam War who lives in Stillwater, Minnesota, with his wife and daughter.

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Good characters populate this enteratining story that is filled with unexpected twists and turns. My only problem was with the ending, but that's just nit-picking. I would recommend this book.