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The Ice Burns Black chronicles the cascading intrigue of international events, altered lives and premature deaths resulting from the horrific crash of a nuclear-armed B52 bomber in Greenland. This broken-arrow incident and the cleanup of hotMoreThe Ice Burns Black chronicles the cascading intrigue of international events, altered lives and premature deaths resulting from the horrific crash of a nuclear-armed B52 bomber in Greenland. This broken-arrow incident and the cleanup of hot plutonium and uranium at the top of the world by Carswell and the other good Samaritans, represents the quietest bombing in history to ultimately kill at least 129 innocent people. This is a story that is Alive in the news today, some forty years later. Look at one of the recent headlines: Lost nuke left in Greenland London, November 12, 2008 THE US abandoned a nuclear weapon under the ice in northern Greenland in 1968, it has been claimed. Using testimony of those involved and declassified documents obtained under the US Freedom of Information Act, the BBC yesterday reported that despite a desperate search of the crash site near a US military base at Thule, the weapon was never found... AFP Jeff Carswell Hero of the Thule Survivors Association, a participant in the cleanup at the top of the world and the unbridled, relentless driving force behind Black Ice Shroud. Terrence Cromwell A seasoned short-story author in his teens, by the time Terrence produced his first full-length work, Scirocco, he had served as a third-generation US Marine, traveled around the world and graduated from law school. Together with Carswell and James, he worked for twelve years to bring this astonishing story to the world. Terrence lives with his wife, Mary-Glynn, and has three children. Dr. David James, PhD. One of Australias foremost journalists and business management scholars, he has been a writer, news editor and columnist for BRW Magazine. Also, a writer for Triple A, J.B. Were & Son and the Melbourne Herald. Hundreds of articles carry Dr. James byline. He edited the management magazine Management Today from 1997 to 2003. His publications include: Managing for the Twenty First Century (Reed Books 1993)- The Business Devils Dictionary (Wiley & Sons, 2004).