The Brutus Conspiracy

The Brutus Conspiracy

by Garry Richard Lane


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The Brutus Conspiracy by Garry Richard Lane

The Brutus Conspiracy is a page-turning story intertwined with aviation, history and law. It will entertain you with edge-of-your-seat flying scenes, struggling romance, intriguing air crash investigation, courtroom drama, ethical dilemmas and many surprises.

In this mystery thriller, Becky Langevin, a talented young air crash investigator, must set aside her emotions to find and interpret clues to explain two plane crashes that occurred fourteen years apart. In one, Becky's father piloted the jet that crashed killing a U.S. senator and four prominent businessmen. Federal investigators attributed the crash to her dead father. In the second, federal investigators concluded that two hotshot Massachusetts trial lawyers were killed because the attorneys were intoxicated when one of them piloted the plane into the ground.

To uncover what really happened in the two crashes, Becky befriends two of the adult children of the plane crash victims. As they investigate, people Becky comes in contact with are murdered. Someone tries to kill Becky and her friends. Becky must choose between protecting innocent lives and uncovering a conspiracy so extensive that it could undermine everything she, and you, ever believed in.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492392545
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/01/2013
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

Garry Richard Lane is a New Hampshire lawyer who, among other things, practices aviation litigation. He defends airlines, pilots, mechanics, aircraft and parts manufacturers and airport operators. He holds a single engine land, private pilots license (with instrument rating) and a commercial glider rating. He took his first flying lesson at age ten (propped up with cushions so he could see over the instrument panel) and soloed on his sixteenth birthday.

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