The Snow Leopard is a thrilling journey through the treacherous landscape of the Arctic, as the dedicated fighter pilot, Ylva Nordahl, save the world from the threat of the fifth colonists.
The powerful nations of the USA, Russia, and China vie for control of the Arctic and its valuable resources. As the stakes grow higher, Ylva finds herself drawn into a deeper conflict: One that pits traditionalism against Western liberalism, and which threatens to tear the world apart. Unknown forces are planning a terror attack on one of NATO’s nuclear-powered submarines on Svalbard, and the only one who can stop it is Ylva.
Following the success of Mayday, Ylva Nordahl is back in another political thriller with fast-paced action, a gripping plot, and nuanced exploration of contemporary politics and global power struggles. It is a story about sacrifice, courage, and the fight for survival in a rapidly changing world, and it will keep you on the edge of your seat from first to last page.
«Two years ago Grethe Bøe made her debut as a crime/thriller-writer with Mayday, and I stated it was the best debut I'd ever read in the genre. Now figther pilot Ylva Nordahl and Bøe have returned in the sequel The Snow Leopard, and it is just as good.»
Tidens krav, five/six stars
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