Books in different genres have repeatedly shown Alaska as both picturesque and perilous. The contrasting depiction has always been a template for adding tension to any story line. A Cold War has managed to use this same template effectively.
Nina, the protagonist, was living a fairy-tale life. Engaged to America’s most popular congressman, her face is in all the magazines, newspapers and TV shows. Hoping to get a respite from the circus of attention, Nina decided to go to Alaska for a short business trip. Expecting to get some peace and quiet, Nina experienced terror instead when she was abducted for ransom. Against the backdrop of Alaskan mountains, forests, and wide, pristine land, Nina tries to study and outsmart her abductor. She holds on to every good memory that she has, pushing herself to live each day, patiently