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"The blurb says it all -- Kevin Tinto writes in the tradition of a few of the world's most popular thriller masters: Matthew Reilly, Preston & Child, and James Rollins.
In ICE, an archaeological discovery in an abandoned Native American cliff ruin leads the heroes to ... deepest Antarctica.  Fresh ideas and a lightning escapist read." 
Ed Stackler, Thriller Editor
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"This book is intense and gripping!
The suspense and unexpected surprises kept me reeling. 
The characters of Leah and Jack are so strong and so well defined. 
The relationship between them is raw and deep. 
 Pages of Sunshine 
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"A gripping novel that combines archeological, historical, scientific, and romantic elements to create a thrilling, strong story. Authentic characters, all-too human relationships, adventures and mysteries transport readers into past, present, and future events--a wonderful discovery for this reader, who cannot wait for more!" 
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"We are writing with some fabulous news! Your book has been named the Winner in the ACTION/ADVENTURE category of the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.  Congratulations!" 
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"California author Kevin Tinto writes for the San Francisco Chronicle, Reno Gazette Journal, Bike Transamerica, Scuba Diver Magazine, and is Editor-In-Chief of [...]. The other half of his qualification as a writer of outdoor adventure is attributed to his passion for mountaineering, skiing, scuba and free diver, Private Pilot and adventurer. He knows his territory and writes it well.

Kevin opens his novel with a telling Prologue that visits the source of the all-important crystals that serve as the guide through this mystery thriller. The place - New Mexico where we encounter a young warrior girl - 'K'aalógii wondered whether her father might be watching her from the ancestral lands, the Navajo place of origin to which all dead returned. If so, she knew he'd be both proud of and terrified for his daughter, for she had chosen to face "them" with a courageous heart and sharp spear.'And from this reenactment of origin of the crystals flows the exciting story Kevin spins and that is well described in this synopsis.

It is rare that an author can intertwine archeological history with politics but Kevin has done a magnificent job of resolving these polar extremes. His writing is penetrating and propulsive and in Leah Andrews and Jack Hobson he has create an irresistible pair of sleuths whose future adventures promise the rise of a cinema worth team. 
Grady Harp HALL OF FAME TOP 100 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on April 15, 2016
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Hi! 
What a ride the Ice Trilogy has been. ICE published as a stand-alone. While Jack and Leah were (probably) going to return, I had no intention of returning to the ICE, since I felt I'd covered all the questions--after all, there have to be some mysteries not answered, or so I thought. 
So much for a stand-alone. The fan support for ICE and the pleas for more in this storyline, and with Jack, Leah, Paulson, and crew were overwhelming. 
The second in the trilogy, ICE GENESIS, published in March 2018; I'm on the home stretch of ICE REVELATION. 
Publish date will be the first quarter of 2020. 

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1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly researched and very amateurish ,plodding writing style.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Original story line
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good adventure yarn with a bit of SciFi thrown in for good measure
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