As a children's lung doctor, most of my writing has either been explaining diseases to families or editing research articles for scientific journals. I realized that popular fiction, with its emotional tug and storyline nudge, is probably the most impactful way of sharing ideas. My first novel describes a retired police detective in Iceland. Debilitated by breathlessness, she has learned to parse her words to get her point across with the least amount of air. After the body of the Indian Foreign Minister is found in a nearby thawing glacier, she is called upon to solve the twenty year old mystery. The death, during the Reykjavik Indo-Pakistani Peace Conference in 2025, had triggered a limited nuclear war. She must rush to solve the mystery before another nuclear conflict begins.