M. J. Schwartz's New Book 'Permafrost' Tells of a Thrilling Mission to Retrieve a Captured Scientist That Raises Doubts About Its Cogency
Recent release "Permafrost" from Newman Springs Publishing author M. J. Schwartz is a gripping novel about a team of special operations sent to rescue a missing virologist and their dealings with their mission's logic.
NEW YORK, September 16, 2020 (Newswire.com) - M. J. Schwartz has completed his new book “Permafrost”: an electrifying narrative about an elite military special operations team tasked on bringing back a captive scientist—a mission that surfaces a dilemma on its validity and impact on those involved.
M. J. writes, “Dr. Park, an American virologist, has disappeared while on a scientific expedition to study rare viruses in the permafrost of the Ural Mountains in Russia. Just before disappearing, he has found exactly what he was looking for. Weeks later, Dr. Park resurfaces in the captivity of North Korean affiliated agents. An elite US military special operations team is dispatched to recover him at all costs.
"One member of the team, Chief Petty Officer Jeremy Baron, has a personal obsession with making a difference to the world and correcting the mistakes of his tragic past. Baron and his team are sent onward to what should have been a simple snatch-and-grab rescue mission. Get in, get out, come home. But the mission goes awry. Eventually, everything Baron and his team believed about the operation is called into question.
"Who is the enemy? What is their plan? What are the consequences of failure? There is more at stake than anybody realized; and layers of lies, deceit, and complex geopolitics are obfuscating the goal.
"Now it’s a race against the clock to stop what could be not only a local tragedy but a global catastrophe.”
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, M. J. Schwartz’s engrossing tale shows the intricate machinations of politics and power struggle that affects societies and endangers citizens.
“Permafrost” also delves into the repercussions of red tape between countries that can impact relations and convolute the set goals.
Readers who wish to experience this page-turning work can purchase “Permafrost” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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