Worse still, the Board is full of people who’d rather he didn’t interfere and, funnily enough, they felt the same way about his brother.
As John learns more about the airline, certain discrepancies and irregularities lead him to question his brother’s death: Did someone know the plane was not fit to fly the day it crashed?
Emerson is left with many questions, but the answers could save him from suffering the same fate.
Praise for Christopher Hodder-Williams:
‘Original, realistic…combining the elements of science fiction, the straight novel and the thriller’ - The Guardian
'Mr. Hodder-Williams deliberately keeps his extremely exciting story to the thriller level in a way that makes its moral impact all the greater' - Sunday Times
'An exciting new form of detective fiction' - Evening News
Christopher Hodder-Williams was an English writer, mainly of science fiction, but he wrote novels about aviation and espionage as well. Before his career in writing, Hodder-Williams joined the army in 1944, and served in the Middle East and lived in Kenya and New York, later settling in the UK. Many of his books are early examples of what would later be called techno-thrillers. He also worked as a composer and lyricist, and wrote numerous plays for television.