Greg Ruck’s Whiteout was on the list of graphic novels NPR put out and I read through it in an afternoon. It’s a great suspense filled story about murders in Antartica at research stations. With the weather, the remote nature of living there, and the fact that most people are leaving before true winter sets in, it’s a fantastic setting for an investigation.
A US Marshall is put in charge of finding out who murdered someone after a body is found in the ice. Of course this leads to more bodies. Bad weather impedes the investigation and I honestly wasn’t sure who was behind everything until the end. It’s a well written and illustrated story—highly recommend.