Sunday, July 29, 2018

Ice, Wind and Fire

"This rip-roaring and colourful new gay thriller zooms along with a breathless enthusiasm that never flags" -- Time Out, 1989.

It's hurricane, bushfire, drug smuggling, murder and mayhem when two newspaper men book a Caribbean getaway and blunder into the storm of the decade.
Greg Farris and Alex Connor, journalists from London's Perspective magazine, head for Jamaica, and their plans go askew at once. Scuba diving right after a major storm, they find the wreck of a plane -- the lid is off Pandora's box. The vacation becomes a survival run, in the teeth of smugglers, slave traders, hit men and the worst the elements can throw at them.

"Ice, Wind and Fire introduces the work of an exciting new Australian writer, in a fast-moving and colorful thriller set against the skillfully evoked background of the Caribbean." 
-- GMP, 1989 original edition.
ICE, WIND AND FIRE marked the first Keegan thriller -- sizzling gay romance and a thrill-a-minute read that's stood the test of time.

(Caveat: material in this free sample is not suitable for juniors. Consider yourself warned!) 

Length: 80,000 words
Rated: adult (18+; sex, violence, language) 
Publication date: 1989; DreamCraft reissue, 2009
Publisher: DreamCraft
Price: $5.99 - ebook; $15.99 - paper (NEW LOWER PRICE)
Cover: Jade

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