My co-work just started reading Terminal Freeze, by Lincoln Child, and is loving the story. This book is full of Native American folklore and of course, page turning suspense. Evan Marshall travels up to Alaska to study climate change, but he soon discover a creature that has been buried in the ice. The company backing Marshall have decided that he has to dig the creature out of the ice. However, Marshall is feeling apprehensive about doing this, especially when all of the locals are telling him to leave the creature alone. And, to make matters worse, a case file has be discovered entitled “Fear”, and everything within seems to be talking about a discovery on the top of the world. I have been told this is a great read. My co-worker was clearly excited to get back to reading it, giving me the impression it was a hard book to put down until the reader reaches the end. Those are the best kinds of books.