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The best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station. - James PhelanAction that hits like an icepick in the back of the head. - John BirminghamAntarctica is the coldest, most isolated place on earth. Luke Searle, maverick glaciologist, has made it hisMoreThe best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station. - James PhelanAction that hits like an icepick in the back of the head. - John BirminghamAntarctica is the coldest, most isolated place on earth. Luke Searle, maverick glaciologist, has made it his home. But soon his survival skills will be tested to the limit by a ruthless mercenary who must win at any cost.The white continent is under attack. The Australian team is being hunted down. Can Luke stay alive long enough to raise the alarm? Can he avert a global catastrophe?The countdown has begun. T minus 5 days, 2 hours and 53 minutes ...Thirst is the second environmental thriller by L.A. Larkin. Praise for The Genesis Flaw:This Australian-based debut deserves a place among the big names ... a sweaty-palm page-turner with short chapters and loads of action. Its the literary equivalent of The Day After Tomorrow or LOST- exciting, compulsive reading. Bookseller + PublisherThe Genesis Flaw combines corporate dystopia and the moral fringes of bio-science to create a savvy, entertaining environmental thriller. The AgeDeserves comparisons to Michael Crichton and John Grisham ABC North QueenslandL.A. Larkin divides her time between writing environmental thrillers and her work for one of Australias leading climate change consultancies. She studied Literature at the University of London, graduating with honours. After a successful career in magazine publishing in London, where she rose to the level of publisher, she returned to university to study corporate responsibility, sustainability and strategic public relations at the University of Sydney, where she was awarded a merit scholarship for academic excellence.