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Author, Indiana native talks release of new book, ‘The Iceman Kills’

Stephen Smith, author and Indiana Native has released a new book called, The Iceman Kills, that eerily reflects what’s happening in the world right now with the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Smith says he began writing The Iceman Kills while still living in Avon, Indiana. He devoted three years to writing the book, an international adventure thriller, which was released by Black Rose Writing.


In 1918, the Spanish Flu virus infected one quarter the world’s population, killing over 50 million people. The Iceman Kills is an international thriller about bio-terrorism and unearthing the Spanish Flu Virus from its long-forgotten resting place in the Antarctic ice. Matt Bowman is a seasoned pilot, flying for the CIA and defending his country. He has been selected to stop the deadliest epidemic in history from being spread throughout the world, and eliminate its creator, Dr. Sing. But Bowman discovers he is unable to do that without the help of a most unlikely ally: Zhang Min, second generation American and AP international news reporter. When Min finally becomes convinced that terrorism awaits the United States, she begs to join a CIA team to protect her country. Only when it is too late does she find out that a madman, hell-bent on destroying the U.S., will demand her life.

The political thriller is now selling on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Walmart eBooks, Google Play and most of the major US booksellers, and booksellers in the UK and Australia. 

Here’s where you can find it on Amazon and Goodreads.

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