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Crime Fiction Lovers on Shake, Rattle and Kill!

January 19, 2017

Thanks so much to Crime Fiction Lover for including Devour in your Shake, Rattle and Kill round-up on 19 January 2017:

British-Australian author LA Larkin is fascinated with Antarctica and here poses the questions: what if ancient microbes were living in a subterranean lake underneath the polar ice cap; and what if those microbes were dangerous superbugs? The book begins with a murder as someone tries to sabotage a British Antarctic mission, and investigative reporter Olivia Wolfe is sent to investigate. More used to reporting on wars in Afghanistan and Chechnya, she gets caught up on the problems the mission faces with a Russian team also in Antarctica. Somebody is spying on Wolfe, and somebody wants to get their hands on the bacteria samples the British are discovering. Badly. It’s out 26 January.

 

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Wanderlust magazine – My 5 Reasons to go to Antarctica

January 10, 2017

I am passionate about Antarctica, its beauty, its isolation and it’s history of heroic adventure. So I was delighted when I was given the opportunity to share my passion with readers of Wanderlust Magazine. I was asked to give 5 reasons why Antarctica is an amazing place to visit. Five reasons just simply wasn’t enough: whether you are an adventurer, hiker, traveler, lover of icy places, photographer, passionate about wildlife, lover a wide open spaces, or simply wish to visit this huge untouched wilderness which is the size of Europe, then hop on a boat and make your way to this icy continent. Here is my article in Wanderlust.

I think celebrity Andrew Denton sums up Antarctica really well in this quote:

‘If Antarctica were music it would be Mozart. Art, and it would be Michelangelo. Literature, and it would be Shakespeare. And yet it is something even greater; the only place on earth that is still as it should be. May we never tame it.’

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