5 Days to Landfall by Robert Roy Britt

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Perspectives from multiple characters are a worthy setup for an exhilarating final act, with a relentless hurricane and a frighteningly high body count. A vigorous tale in which a violent, inescapable storm terrorizes everyone, even the villains.
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“THRILLING. The perfect storm of drama and suspense. -IndieReader

Amanda Cole, the nation’s top hurricane forecaster, understands nature’s biggest storms better than anyone. And this one terrifies her. New York City is completely unprepared.

The year is 1999. History has been largely forgotten. Residents dismiss the risks, and officials have no evacuation plan. Yet the storm long feared by scientists is barreling toward the city. Meanwhile, a mysterious plot is afoot to sabotage the forecast and any last-ditch efforts to evacuate.

With both her daughter and father in the hurricane’s path, Amanda must unravel the mystery while she races ahead of the fast-moving monster to save her family—and all of New York.

"A vigorous tale in which a violent, inescapable storm terrorizes everyone, even the villains. Perspectives from multiple characters are a worthy setup for an exhilarating final act, with a relentless hurricane and a frighteningly high body count." - Kirkus Reviews



 

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Published November 14, 2016 by Ink Spot Books. 313 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Perspectives from multiple characters are a worthy setup for an exhilarating final act, with a relentless hurricane and a frighteningly high body count. A vigorous tale in which a violent, inescapable storm terrorizes everyone, even the villains.

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