The continents are plagued by poison and fire. And so, on the deep-water oilplatform, theAlpine, one of the last remnants of mankind must find a way to survive.Beatrice Plantain, an experienced security official, intends to go about her day and monitor the food rations, but other people on the platform -a grizzled roughneck, a spiritual leader, a feared administrator, a washed up elder, a young hunter and a simple chum-maker - have other plans, as does anexplosion that spoils the platform's food supplies. Facing starvation, theAlpine's occupants turn against each other. Violent skirmishes lead to the death of a young boy. Who killed the child? And what became of the boy's missing twin?With the Alpine tearing itself apart, Beatrice must uncover who killed the boy. Her investigation will force her to confront the Alpine's terrible past, and what that means for the Alpine's future.
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About the Author
The Platform is J. Noah Summerfield's first novel. His non-fiction writing has appeared through various scholarly journals, including Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal, New York Law School Law Review, Creighton Law Review, Rocky Mountain Communication Review, Transnational Dispute Management and the NYSBA Entertainment Art and Sports Law Journal. He is a recipient of the Ernst C. Stiefel award from New York Law School and the Phil Cowan BMI award from the Entertainment Art and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. He lives in Florida with Kelvin, the dog. Now, on to the next novel... perhaps something involving pirates...