Greenland’s expanses of ice look like ”frothy meringue,” but it’s a frozen wasteland beset by blizzards so strong that the blowing snow can etch glass. When a U.S. military plane crashed there in 1942, the B-17 sent to rescue the men skidded into a glacier. On a second mission, a Grumman Duck plucked a single man from the B-17 before vanishing forever. In this true-life nail-biter, Frozen in Time, — as nimbly paced as a novel — Zuckoff toggles between the events of 1942–43 and 2012, when he documented a quest to locate the Duck’s wreckage. A
Frozen in TimeGreenland's expanses of ice look like ''frothy meringue,'' but it's a frozen wasteland beset by blizzards so strong that the blowing snow can etch glass....Frozen in TimeNonfictionMitchell ZuckoffGreenland's expanses of ice look like ''frothy meringue,'' but it's a frozen wasteland beset by blizzards so strong that the blowing snow can etch glass....2013-04-26HarperCollins
FROZEN IN TIME by Mitchell Zuckoff
Genre: Nonfiction; Author: Mitchell Zuckoff; Publisher: HarperCollins
Posted April 26 2013 — 12:00 AM EDT
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