The Killing Ship
by Simon Beaufort

Having spent the summer conducting fieldwork on stark Livingston Island, marine biologist Andrew Berrister is looking forward to returning to civilization. But his final days in Antarctica take an unexpected turn when it becomes clear that he and his small group of scientists are not alone on the island. Deducing that the intruders are a crew of illegal whalers, the scientists face an increasingly desperate struggle for survival when two members of their shore party disappear and their supplies are deliberately sabotaged.

As Berrister and his remaining companions flee across the treacherous, icy terrain, they are pursued unrelentingly by ruthless killers whose true reasons for being in the Antarctic are darker and more dangerous than the scientists could ever have imagined.

Editions

The Killing Ship by Simon Beaufort is available in the following formats

Hardback978072788639229th July 2016150 X 225mm224£20.99
Hardback978072788639229th July 2016150 X 225mm224£20.99
Hardback978072788639229th July 2016150 X 225mm224£20.99
Ebook97817801080561st November 2016N/A224$10.99
Ebook97817801080561st November 2016N/A224£8.99
Hardback - Large Print978072789550926th May 2017143 X 223mm336£22.99
Hardback - Large Print978072789550926th May 2017143 X 223mm336£22.99
Hardback - Large Print978072789550926th May 2017143 X 223mm336£22.99
Paperback97818475171731st August 2017140 X 216mm224$17.95
Paperback978184751717331st May 2017140 X 216mm224£12.99
Paperback97818475171731st August 2017140 X 216mm224$17.95
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Simon Beaufort

Simon Beaufort is the pseudonym of Susanna Gregory and Beau Riffenburgh when they write jointly. Together they have written eight Geoffrey Mappestone novels and contributed to several Medieval Murderer books. In recent years, they have ventured into more modern times – the two Alec Lonsdale novels take place in Victorian London and The Nimrod Murders is set in Edwardian London, while The Murder House takes place in 21st century Bristol and The Killing Ship in the modern-day Antarctic.

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