The Killvein White by Ralph Reynolds

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…solid yet straightforward explanations of avalanche defense techniques and graphic scenes of nature’s ferocity [highlight] a cast of very believable, human characters.
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The dreaded fronts have emerged at last, and they are reeling like drunken monsters toward the Wasatch Mountains. A super storm is on the way, just in time for the busiest ski weekend of the year. Samantha, a statistician for the weather bureau, believes the resorts and skiers should be warned. If the predictions hold true, twenty feet of snow could fall and many would die. Now, she just has to find someone who will listen to her.

As the most dangerous snowstorm to hit the area in sixty years menaces the small town of Lucite, Utah, snow ranger Jason Stemple understands what must be done to save lives. As a series of both natural and human conflicts converge, the disaster consumes a small town.

The Solid-State Tsunami narrates story of how the human spirit rises out of crisis to fight the horror of a looming disaster with the only weapons available: altruism, courage, love, levity, hope, and humanity—along with the determination of a fearless, driven, and supremely gifted snow ranger.
 

About Ralph Reynolds

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Ralph Reynoldsan award-winning writer and editor, is the author ofGrowing Up Cowboy.He has written about sports for many magazines, includingSKI.As an international skier, he has experienced snow avalanches, skied with snow rangers, and often noted the momentous weight of their decisions. He currently lives in Arizona.
 
Published January 12, 2011 by Trafford. 207 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction
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…solid yet straightforward explanations of avalanche defense techniques and graphic scenes of nature’s ferocity [highlight] a cast of very believable, human characters.

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