Five years after the horrific crash of TWA Flight 800 over Long Island which killed 230 people, John Corey is inadvertently caught up in the now closed case by his FBI lawyer wife, Kate, who believes the government's findings of mechanical failure is wrong. The FBI don't take kindly to the case being looked into again and, as John Corey's ...
Five years after the horrific crash of TWA Flight 800 over Long Island which killed 230 people, John Corey is inadvertently caught up in the now closed case by his FBI lawyer wife, Kate, who believes the government's findings of mechanical failure is wrong. The FBI don't take kindly to the case being looked into again and, as John Corey's instincts and investigations clearly show anomalies, he and Kate are sent off to the Yemen and Tanzania for a month or so each as punishment. On his return, John is not put off - he has ten days' leave. Ten days in which to avoid the FBI and to find that elusive video tape taken by two adulterous lovers on the beach which may - or may not - show a sea-to-air missile racing up to hit the TWA Flight 800...An exciting, edge-of-the-seat thriller - Nelson DeMille's best to date. * www nelsondemille.net
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DeMille as good then as he is now. Very good read. Detail per fect and humor and satire right on
Jul 24, 2008
Tight Suspense !
Using the facts of the crash of TWA Fight 800, DeMille weaves a suspenseful and terrifying scenario leading to the cause of the crash. The characters created are likereal everyday people with their own weaknesses. I finished the book in just three sittings. A must read for mystery lovers.
Jun 29, 2007
BUT NOT THE TAPE VERSION - defective tapping
Having just recently received it, I was excited. I purchased the cassette version: unfortunately, I could only rate it .... Rating One Star . I read the book some time ago and thought it would be good to listen to it during drive time, but I can't. The tapes plays garbled. For a few seconds you can hear it fine, then two to five or so seconds...it's intelligible and garbled, garbled at best...on each of the tapes. That' nine tapes. What a shame, it is a good story. I consider the story in the book, having read it.... Rating Five Stars
Unfortunately, the audio tape version I received was useless. Yet, buy the book. Just don't take a chance on the tape version. IT'S A GREAT BOOK. I have purchased several other of Neville's books on tape, both abridged and un- abrigdged, with no problems and have also often orderer several of those BOOKS ON TAPES, (Neville's) as giftsand sent them directly to friends...with no complaints.
This is the first one from Alibris that I ordered and purchased on tape and it wasn't near up to their regular top level of quality of products and service.
Alibris' books are top quality, regardless of their sources. This tape must simply be a unfortunate fluke; to my grave disappointment. This was just so totally unexpexted.
Buy the book, it is a great read, you just can't drive to it.
ALIBRIS is still a quality provider, just one slipped through.
Publishers Weekly, 2004-09-20 Demille's latest is sure to be a #1 bestseller-but it's also sure to be controversial. The book is centered on an investigation of the July 1996 crash of flight TWA 800, "when... a big Boeing 747 bound for Paris with 230 passengers and crew on board, exploded off the Atlantic coast of Long Island, sending all 230 souls to their deaths." In July 2001, Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force detective John Corey, a brilliant, smart-ass detective last seen in Plum Island and The Lion's Game, accompanies his FBI agent wife, Kate Mayfield, to the fifth anniversary of the disaster. John, whose wife worked the crash in 1996, understands that Kate has brought him along because she doesn't buy the official finding of "mechanical failure" and wants him to mount his own investigation. There are 200 eyewitnesses who swear they saw a missile lift into the clear night sky and bring down the airplane, a charge dismissed by the CIA as an optical illusion. Though Corey is warned away from the investigation, like any good fictional detective, this only serves to spur him on. He uncovers evidence that a man and a woman, on the beach that fateful night videotaping their adulterous affair, inadvertently caught on tape the missile hitting the plane. The book is primarily about John tracking down the couple, but as the end nears, readers will begin to understand the perilous direction in which Demille is leading them. The pages will turn in a blur as a feeling of dread grows, until the end comes and one's worst fears are confirmed. Readers will think about this one for a long time. Agent, Nicholas Ellison. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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