65 Below by Basil Sands
At sixty-five degrees below zero exposed human flesh freezes solid within three minutes.
Retired Marine Master Sergeant Marcus Johnson returned to his family homestead in rural Alaska after twenty years chasing bad men. Now he wants nothing but to hunt and fish and run his trapline in peace and quiet, and no more war.
Lurking deep in a long forgotten bunker in the remote arctic hills is a decades old secret that could not be destroyed, and was never meant to be rediscovered.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Ok, this book had an interesting plot. That's about it. There was so much "backstory" that it weighs down the book. There's editing and formatting issues that made reading the book awkward. I think with some work, removing unimportant parts of the story, that this could end up being a great action novel. As it is, I'm not impressed or interested. I found it hard to trudge through, skipping many pages to get back to the action.
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