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A riveting, brilliantly researched disaster novel by a pilot and airline expert. After one of the most horrifying aviation disasters of the decade, Safety Board investigator Joe Wallingford races to find out why it happened--and discovers a complex conspiracy of airline cost cutting, ruthless management, and bureaucratic game playing. Reissue.
Posted December 7, 2001
When a North American Airlines A-320 is making a bad weather landing at MCI (Kansas City INT'L) and plows into a 737 waiting to takeoff killing more then 100, and injuring dozens more, the NTSB sends Joe Wallingford to investigate. The book offers a very deep look into the NTSB, and the Senate. Mr. Nance's knowledge of Washington is very clear, and not to deep. This is a good book for a teen, and up. Don't let you 5 year old touch this. Would have been 4 stars, if not for A BOATLOAD OF UNNECISARY PROFANITY. 3 stars, rated R.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 27, 2009
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