While Dr. Cole considers the uncomfortable notion that someone within his own company might wish him harm, Rosen begins her search for the cause of her father's hair-raising "near miss." But what both don't know is this: their fears have a common source. They are being watched by people in the Pentagon, who believe that the two might stumble upon the secret that will destroy them all before Skyhook has a chance to succeed.
What is Skyhook's real purpose? Is it commercial or military? And will its early implementation compromise the safety of flyers everywhere?
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Mature reader with a penchant for English mysteries and crime fiction. However, I do not care for gore and gratuitous violence.
I selected this title hoping for a good aviation story. This was an OK story but I was irritated by the main character's flitting around which almost made this chick lit.
Focused more on the pilot and not his daughter. This would have worked better from the pilot's point of view.
Like the performance and will look for more titles read by this narrator.
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