Terror in the skies has always been in the orefront of those who feared flying. Now we have a new threat that should drive fear even into hose not afraid to fly. Author Gazzaniga presented this tale years before that deadly September morning in 2011. Are we safe today? Is getting into an airliner safe from a mass attack of terrorists who still prowl our world? Air France One is about just such an attack. Although the plane used is no longer permitted to fly, terrorists still dream of killing Americans. No amount of political whitewashing of Al Queda, and other violent organizations will prevent them from one day grabbing another plane or ship or train and using them as weapons of war. Do you remember when the U.S. government called creative people to D.C. to come up with potential threats against America from terrorists? Air France One was written before 911 and few paid attention. You'll find things different in Gazzaniga's work, but the results would be devastating if art becomes real life.
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About the Author
Donald A. Gazzaniga is a former writer, director and cinematographer for television and documentaries. He is the author of A Few Good Men, the story of the first Marines into Vietnam, and Air France One(2011), a story of the terrorists who take control of a French Concorde to ram it with a nuclear warhead into the U.S. He is the author of five cookbooks designed to help those who have to cut salt out of their life. Currently he manages a busy Web site at megaheart.com. He is a licensed commercial pilot, one of the USA's early skydivers, and one of the first talk show hosts in the country. He is a lifetime Master with a heavy bore rifle, and is the only photographer allowed on Mt. Rushmore since it's completion. Gazzaniga served in the USMC as an infantry officer. Gazzaniga, a native Californian, now lives in the foothills of the California Gold Country with his wife of over fifty years.
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