15000 Feet Below by Mads Sorensen
(International Action Thriller)

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Synopsis

Roy Vicars is a survivor of a bomb attack on a North Sea oil platform, supposedly carried out by Islamic terrorists. He is helpless with grief at the loss of his partner, Melanie, in the attack, and determined to find out the truth behind it.

He soon discovers that the destruction of the platform was merely a dry run for a far bigger and more sinister attack planned by megalomaniac oil company presidents, Larry Pappas and Irene Orinoco.

He forms an unlikely team with professional hit-woman, Sid, who has her own demons to conquer. Together, they join forces in a nail-biting race against time to stop the two presidents, whose plan, if successful, will result in almost certain world-wide destruction and anarchy. But Larry and Irene have their own secrets, as Roy is about to find out.

It’s the kind of book that might have happened had Dan Brown met Stieg Larsson.

REVIEWS:
“I found Fifteen Thousand Feet Below a compelling and well paced read. The tension, especially in the final chapters, is crackling… and I loved how unusual your main characters and setting were – not a stereotype in sight.” An editor at Cornerstones.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mads Sorensen has worked at the sharp end of the oil business for thirty years and participated in several expeditions to Greenland.
 

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Published February 14, 2012 by Steno. 340 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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