Amelia Earhart Lives

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Amelia Earhart Lives is a trip through intrigue to find America's First Lady of Mystery.

Did Amelia Earhart die when her 1937 world flight ended? Major Joe Gervais' spy-hunt, told by L/C Joe Klass, pierces history's tightest secret. A plane crash in California bearing her number, a secret code, a living lady who might be the long-dead flyer, and startling "coincidences" ask: did she die in 1937, or secretly return after World War II?

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Overview

Amelia Earhart Lives is a trip through intrigue to find America's First Lady of Mystery.

Did Amelia Earhart die when her 1937 world flight ended? Major Joe Gervais' spy-hunt, told by L/C Joe Klass, pierces history's tightest secret. A plane crash in California bearing her number, a secret code, a living lady who might be the long-dead flyer, and startling "coincidences" ask: did she die in 1937, or secretly return after World War II?

Author Biography: Joe Klass is the author of nine books, including Amelia Earhart Lives about the Earhart mystery; Maybe I'm Dead about a death march across Nazi Germany; and The 12 Steps to Happiness currently in its 18th printing at bookstores. RedWing, a motion picture version of Amelia Earhart Lives, is in pre-production.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595090389
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2000
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Table of Contents

Prologue: Operation Earhart ix
Chapter 1 The Bird 1
Chapter 2 The Takeoff 6
Chapter 3 Mission's End 11
Chapter 4 The Search in the Pacific 27
Chapter 5 The California Crash 46
Chapter 6 The New York "Hoax" 53
Chapter 7 First Pacific Interviews 67
Chapter 8 The Runaround 94
Chapter 9 The Poem 106
Chapter 10 The American Spies 110
Chapter 11 The Wall 123
Chapter 12 The Switch 133
Chapter 13 The Interested 150
Chapter 14 The Medals 162
Chapter 15 The Uninterested 176
Chapter 16 Winslow Reef 180
Chapter 17 The Bones 192
Chapter 18 The Code 197
Chapter 19 The Rose 205
Chapter 20 The Motive 221
Chapter 21 The Chase 237
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2008

    The Secrets of Amelia

    If you ever wondered about Amelia Earhart, I'm sure you will enjoy this, and you will also come up with more questions that you may also think should be answered. So much cover up and you'll wonder why it all was not later revealed, as I did. Read it, and you may draw your own conclusions. Great read and I couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2000

    Great Read, Fascinating

    I loved this book. I have read the original edition and I could not put it down. It all rings true. I know the writer, Joe Klaas, and he is a man of integrity, honesty and thoroughness - and lots of experience directly applicable to this subject. Superb writer to boot! The book reflects all of those things - well researched, beautifully presented. I hope the movie is as good as the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2000

    'Integrity and Truth'

    I have read many books written about the unsolved mystery of Amelia Earhart but never have met someone as dedicated and has done as much research whose only motive is the TRUTH and not for commercial use. I might add, Major Joe Gervais who did the research was in the service at the time and had access to find out what really happened, despite the pressure from the government! I have met Joe Klaas and talked with Joe Gervais over the phone on several occasions due to years of research myself and have found them to be men of integrity. I like this book the best! I am so happy it is in print once again!!!

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