Terry Katzer lives in Carson City, Nevada, with his wife Gi-Gi, two canine pals, one great kitty, and a desert tortoise. He has a bachelor of science degree in geology and has authored and co-authored more than a hundred scientific papers on hydrogeology. This is his first novel, and a sequel is in the works.
It’s 1965, and the Cold War is heating up in Alaska. The Russians, desperate to stop the spread of democracy, send their Air Force MiGs to test the much-touted North American DEW Line. U.S. jets have scrambled but are unable to catch them. Now an unlikely band of Americans must work together in the remote Alaskan landscape to outwit the Russian military and stop their advance in its tracks.