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Wind Chill Factor
May 1, 1992
by Random House Audio
Written in English
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The Wind Chill Factor is the first great Thomas Gifford thriller and quickly became a New York Times best-seller with more than a million copies sold.
He further enhanced his position as an international master of espionage ficiton with his novel The Glendower Legacy (made into a dreadful movie titled Dirty Tricks)/5.
Released inThe Wind Chill Factor, was Thomas Gifford's first fiction attempt and had a part in making the Nazi comeback theme so popular in fiction thrillers at the time.
The novel opens as the main protagonist, John Cooper, is starting to get his life back under control as infidelity, divorce, unemployment, alcoholism and barbituate Cited by: 1. The Wind Chill Factor (), a novel about dark dealings among ex-Nazis, introduced John Cooper, a character Gifford would revisit in The First Sacrifice ().
The Wind Chill Factor was one of several books Gifford set in and around Minneapolis/5(28). The wind chill calculator only works for temperatures at or below 50 ° F and wind speeds above 3 mph. What is the formula for the wind chill script. The NWS Wind Chill Temperature (WCT) index uses advances in science, technology, and computer modeling to provide an accurate, understandable, and useful formula for calculating the dangers from winter winds and freezing temperatures.
The index does the following: Calculates wind speed at an average height of 5 feet, the typical height of an. You have probably heard weatherpeople on the TV news talking about the windchill windchill factor is the temperature that a person feels because of the wind.
For example, if a thermometer reads 35 degrees Fahrenheit outside and the wind is blowing at 25 miles per hour (mph), the windchill factor causes it to feel like it is 8 degrees F. In other words, your degree body loses heat. “The Wind Chill Factor”, the first novel in the series is an international espionage thriller following the intrigues and conspiracies of the Fourth Reich.
Even though Hitler lost the war, some survivors of his regime viewed his death and defeat of Germany as a momentary setback. They have now put in place measures to revive their Fourth Reich.
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The Wind Chill Factor isn't necessarily an easy book to read. The plot is complex and if you don't keep up with the different twists, it would be easy to get lost in the details. However, this is absolutely one of the most richly written books I've ever read/5(5).
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Some Nazi survivors view their defeat as a mere temporary setback. Their key personnel are in place inside the corporations and capitals of every major nation.
John Cooper is an. A Reich is bornHitler lost the war. This the world knows. What the world doesn't know is that some Nazi survivors view their defeat as a mere temporary setback. Their plans have long been in motion. Their key personnel are in place inside the corporations and capitals of every major nation.
By the end of this century, it will be all theirs against a man on the edge.5/5(1). The Wind Chill Factor Thomas Gifford Decades after Hitler's fall, Nazis are still trying to kill John CooperHis marriage destroyed by drinking, John Cooper returns to Cambridge, Massachusetts, trying to recapture the joy he felt as an undergraduate in Harvard University's sacred halls.
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The Wind Chill Factor was one of several books Gifford set in and around Minneapolis. Gifford won an Edgar Award nomination for The Cavanaugh Quest (). The Glendower Legacy (), a story about an academic who discovers that George Washington may have been a British spy, was adapted for the film Dirty Tricks (), starring Elliott Gould.5/5(1).
A wind chill index that dips into the negative 60s, as the Midwest is expected to do this week, can strip heat away from the body at an incredible rate. Without protective clothing, hypothermia or. The wind chill is how cold it actually feels on your skin when the wind is factored in.
It may also be referred to as the "feels-like" temperature. Bitterly cold wind chills increase your risk of Author: Brian Donegan. Define wind-chill factor. wind-chill factor synonyms, wind-chill factor pronunciation, wind-chill factor translation, English dictionary definition of wind-chill factor.
The temperature of windless air that would have the same effect on exposed human skin as a given combination of wind speed and air temperature.
chill factor; wind. Windchill Factor. likes. lowers: Thomas Gifford's "The Wind Chill Factor" and "The Cavanaugh Quest" were two of the best thrillers that I read in the seventies.
Great plots and great characters. It's a shame he didn't get more recognition. Aug at AM. WIND CHILL FACTOR. By. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW.
Gifford is a new writer with a relatively new story and more than enough action to implement it -- beginning up nowhere in Minnesota where John Cooper is called back to the home place by his older brother Cyril -- no longer alive by the time.Wind-chill factor definition, the apparent temperature felt on the exposed human body owing to the combination of temperature and wind speed.
See more.The wind chill factor is a measure of how quickly your body loses heat. It is not the same as an actual thermometer reading of the same number.
For example, if the temperature is 40°F and the wind speed is 20 miles per hour, the wind chill factor is 18°F, but water will not freeze.