Trapped Under the Pack-Ice

Trapped Under the Pack-Ice

by Dale Brumfield

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Overview

On September 1, 1835, Commodore Craigmont T Amsterdam, First Secretary of the Royal Navy’s Polar Explorer Society and Mechanical Engineer in modest standing with the British Engineering Society, launched from dockside on the spit joining Labrador and northern Quebec, on the east tip of Ungava Bay in northern Canada, a single-man, self-propelled bathysphere of his own design and engineering in an attempt to find and secure the mythical north-west passage, from the Hudson Bay to the Behring Strait via the ice-locked waterways between the islands and peninsulas above 77° north latitude.

"Trapped Under the pack-Ice" is purportedly the journal of Commodore Amsterdam.In pursuit of an impossible task, and beset by faulty equipment, his own incompetence, isolation, brutal cold and exploding food, the Commodore’s journey takes a bizarre turn when lonely madness and another life form deep beneath the crushing Arctic ice forces him to places he dare only dream.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013604902
Publisher: Tidal Wave Studio
Publication date: 07/07/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 526 KB

About the Author

Dale Brumfield is the author of the short story collection “Three Buck Naked Commodes: and 18 More Tales from a Small Town” and the novel “Remnants: a Novel about God, Insurance and Quality Floorcoverings”. “Trapped Under the Pack-Ice” is his first eBook. In 1981 Dale co-founded Richmond’s ThroTTle Magazine, and currently he is an Arts Features Writer for Richmond’s Style Weekly magazine. Dale recently won 1st place in 2010 for “Best Arts Writing” with the Virginia Press Association for his investigative cover story on the “lost” 1982 Richmond movie “Rock n’ Roll Hotel”. Dale lives in Doswell, Virginia with his wife Susan and three teenage children, and blogs at Newsfromdoswell.com.

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