C. M. Lance

Biography

CM (Kate) Lance grew up on Lake Macquarie, NSW, Australia. Her background is in science and technology, but in 2000 she ran across the story of the charmed life of an old Broome pearling lugger, Redbill, and discovered the joys of archival research and writing. Kate Lance's first book, Redbill: From Pearls to Peace, won the Western Australian Premier's Book Award for Non-Fiction in 2004. Her second book, Alan Villiers: Voyager of the Winds, won the Mountbatten Maritime Award for Best Literary Contribution in 2009. Her novel, The Turning Tide, was published in 2014 by Allen & Unwin under the name CM Lance. Atomic Sea is her first indie ebook.

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Atomic Sea
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 72,570. Language: Australian English. Published: February 8, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Sea adventures, Fiction » Romance » Action/adventure
First Chernobyl. Then Fukushima. Now … Broome? In northwest Australia a nuclear-waste plant is opening. A boat with a glowing cargo is adrift. A cyclone called Cyril is about to hit. And everyone is lying.

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