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The Day the Lake Burped: A John Martin Novel R.G. Condie

The Day the Lake Burped: A John Martin Novel

R.G. Condie

Published February 13th 2006
ISBN : 9781424122943
Paperback
194 pages
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 About the Book 

The frightening thing about this book is that, though it is fiction, everything could happen as read. There is a seismic fault running down Lake Ontario. It does bisect a seismic fault running down from the Ottawa region, near Wolfe Island (nearMoreThe frightening thing about this book is that, though it is fiction, everything could happen as read. There is a seismic fault running down Lake Ontario. It does bisect a seismic fault running down from the Ottawa region, near Wolfe Island (near Kingston, Ontario). The North American plate is pulling away from the European plate. A volcano could grow in Lake Ontario. It could impact the economies of the whole world. It could send a tsunami racing westward on Lake Ontario past Toronto and Buffalo to crash on Hamilton and beyond. This book outlines many ways to try to stop a volcano and its resulting tsunami, despite it never having been done before. There is a love story buried within, plus a holy triumvirate created by necessity but forged in combat. John Martin is a Canadian problem solver, matched by Charles aMuta Akens, an American spook/problem solver, both assisted by Megan Andrews. This is their story.