On my way home from the 2011 Backspace Writers Conference in New York City, I found this on the shelves at the Borders bookstore in Laguardia. Boiling Point’s an airport book! (Seems appropriate that a novel about an erupting volcano should be placed next to one titled “Bad Things Happen.” Yup!
From the Sierra Club’s Green Life blog. Nice!
K.L. Dionne’s second eco-thriller is the sequel to Freezing Point, a gripping novel chronicling the battle for control of Antarctica’s ice. Think Dan Brown, only with more substantial material and fewer repetitive plot devices. Boiling Point features an eccentric group of characters — including two microbiologists, a celebrity figure, and a Nobel-winning scientist intent on destroying the world — and, of course, a storyline that promises to keep readers on edge. Boiling Point’s quick pacing and rapid-fire writing will satisfy any Michael Crichton fan, as well as anyone wishing for an entertaining read with global warming at its core.
Check out author Kristin Harmel’s segment from the WESH-NBC morning news in the Orlando market.
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