Thirteen-year-old Derek’s cool snowboard adventure does a dangerous rewind, because his Burton Hero board holds the key to an unsolved crime.

Two Degrees From Zero follows a boy who lost his father in a car accident two years earlier, and now he struggles to accept his mom’s new romance, Thomas.

Thomas invites Derek, his mom, and teen friend Janae (The Clan) on a snowboarding/ski vacation to Keystone, Colorado. When a blizzard hits during a sleigh ride and dinner at an isolated yurt miles from Keystone, The Clan accepts an offer from two arrogant snowmobilers for a way home. But to The Clan's dismay instead of going home, they are abandoned in a creepy backwoods cabin.

Derek and Janae sneak out of the old cabin and trek across a white wilderness to find help while the snowmobilers, suspected of theft, are on the loose. Just as the teens find temporary shelter in an abandoned car, another blizzard rages all night, leaving them hopelessly stranded. And their adventure has only begun.

The teens must escape the frozen ravages of the blizzard. Derek’s determination to save The Clan while outwitting the thieves is unstoppable. And the thieves are just as determined to find Derek’s snowboard because of valuable information hidden on the board. 

NOTE: This book is a work of fiction. The characters, incidents, and dialogue are drawn from the author's imagination and are not to be construed as real.
Any resemblance to actual events of persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Two Degrees from Zero: A Snowboarding Adventure. Copyright (c) 2013 by Martha Lancaster. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied
in critical articles and reviews. For information contact Clan Publishing, at ms_lancaster@yahoo.com in Colorado Springs, CO.

ISBN: E-book on Kindle: 978-0-9911850-0-9

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I caught these boarders and skiers laying down tricks at Breckenridge, Colorado in Dec., 2013. Fun to watch how easy they make it look.