Blackout

Blackout

eBook - 2016
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An FBI agent discovers a conspiracy to send planes falling from the sky in this suspense-charged thriller from New York Times-bestselling author John J. Nance. A Boeing/McDonnell-Douglas MD-11 jetliner crashes into the Gulf of Mexico a mile inside Cuban waters, killing all three hundred and twenty passengers onboard. The last three minutes on the plane's cockpit voice and data recorders have been erased. Was this a massive mechanical failure or an act of terrorism? At an air terrorism conference, FBI agent Kat Bronsky learns journalist Robert McCabe has received frightening information about the MD-11 crash from a source that mysteriously disappeared. When another airliner goes down after its pilots are flash-blinded midflight, Bronsky and McCabe find themselves at the center of what might be a deadly government cover-up. Unable to trust her colleagues at the FBI, Bronsky must rely on her own wits and piloting skills as she races to unmask the conspirators before the entire American airline industry comes crashing out of the sky.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller, [2016]
Copyright Date: 016
ISBN: 9781504027977
Branch Call Number: FICTION Nan
Description: 1 online resource (435 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)

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Keogh
Jun 02, 2015

A mysterious technology and a shadowy organization form the threat for this airline thriller that crosses the Pacific and features the welcome Kat Bronsky, back after her introduction in The Last Hostage. Nance has a good way of driving up the tension.

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rahmmie
Jul 02, 2014

Okay at best, it pushed the limits of credibility and transforms a rookie FBI agent into a female Rambo caricature

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