Iced In by Chris Turney. Published by Kensington 

Turney, an earth scientist was among a team of 71 people aboard the ship Shokalskiy studying the Antarctic when the ship got trapped in sea ice. With the hull crushed and no way to steer, there is every chance the ship will be struck by an iceberg, injuring or killing the passengers. If they abandon ship, the resulting disaster could cause an environmental disaster. Turney can’t help compare his situation with that of Ernest Shackleton and muses on their similarities and differences. A fascinating and compelling story 

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