May 2013 Indie Next List
“This non-fiction story is more riveting, captivating, and exciting than any fiction author can write.
In search of a lost cargo plane on the ice cap of Greenland, a B17 crashes with 9 people aboard. In a second rescue mission a Grumman Duck (an amphibious plane) disappears in the milky sky of Greenland.
Zuckoff gives us a harrowing and nailbiting WW II story of hope, despair, perseverance, heroism, and survival and a contemporary account of how some volunteers are trying to recover the Grumman Duck and to bring home the remains of it's crew.
You'd better get 'Lost in Shangri La' then 'Frozen in Time (in Greenland.'
Great 5 star book.”
— Jean-Paul Adriaansen, Water Street Books, Exeter, NH
A gripping true story of survival, bravery, and honor in the vast Arctic wilderness during World War II, from the author of "New York Times"-bestseller "Lost in Shangri-La."
About the Author
Mitchell Zuckoff is a professor of journalism at Boston University and the author of five previous books, including the New York Times bestseller Lost in Shangri-La, which won the Winship/PEN Award for Nonfiction. As a reporter for the Boston Globe, he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and won the Distinguished Writing Award from the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He lives in Newton, Massachusetts.