A government investigator looks into the cover-up of a deadly plane crash in this aviation thriller from the New York Times–bestselling author of Lockout. In the control tower at Kansas City International Airport, all the radar displays are red. But for the experienced pilots of North America Airlines, the thunderstorms aren’t the problem: NAA has been cutting costs to stave off bankruptcy, and will do anything to keep their planes in the air. Unfortunately, no matter what they do, one is on its way down. After the aircraft collides with another plane on the Kansas City runway, in one of the worst aviation disasters of the decade, National Transportation Safety Board investigator Joe Wallingford arrives on the scene. As he studies the wreckage and pieces together the events that led to the tragedy, he realizes there’s far more at play than pilot error or equipment malfunction. Wallingford will have to risk his career—and perhaps even his life—to solve the puzzle of the crash.
"An intriguing crime drama..."—MBR Bookwatch Four years ago Emily Locke's life was shattered when her infant daughter and husband were lost in an inexplicable accident. She has nearly rebuilt her fragile mental health when Richard Cole, a disgraced former police detective now working as a PI, resurfaces. He says he needs help only she can provide—reconnaissance at a Texas skydiving establishment over a thousand miles away. Emily knows better than to work with him again, but she can't refuse when she learns it's a missing child case. At Gulf Coast Skydiving, similarities between this new case and Emily's troubled past make it increasingly difficult for her to stay objective. Soon she's convinced that she is somehow connected to whoever took little Casey Lyons. Someone at the quiet, rural airstrip knows what happened to the boy and to Emily's own daughter. To find Casey before it's too late, Emily will have to make sense of the menacing parallels between this case and her daughter's....
Release on 1998-02-27 | by Elmarie Sadler,A. Hamel,M. van Staden
Author: Elmarie Sadler,A. Hamel,M. van Staden
Pubpsher: Juta and Company Ltd
This text covers the responsibilities, functions and qualities of the independent auditor, the audit process and reporting. Topics examined include assertions in financial statements, audit evidence, audit planning, specific control problems and audit sampling.
It is the purpose of this book to use Scripture, not an opinion, to implore Christians to carefully consider their actions now more than ever in their life- People are unprepared for the end of the age because they have been fed teaching that is far from scriptural truth, for example: Did God's prophets challenge a ruler of the nation-or did they stay out of politics? Future sins are forgiven? -Scripture versus popular opinion Born again-Jesus expected Nicodemus to understand the concept, because it is from the Old Testament. Do you? Can you name apostles that used a sinner's prayer in the New Testament? Does saying you repent meet God's requirements for repentance? Was baptism a Jewish concept? Or is it New Testament? Does grace have any relationship to forgiveness? Is faith a thought of the mind, or an action? Scriptures are presented on these subjects with a way to have insight into their intended meanings-the words people usually miss are made bold to insure they are recognized. Through studying the Scriptures you will be able to research these and other questions like these, and draw your own conclusions. Ed Lyda PO Box 8488 The Woodlands TX 77387 [email protected]
This is an autobiographical work describing a young boy growing up in the most humble surroundings where the entire family worked to maintain the most basic lifestyle. He went on to work his way during and after high school in the Texas oil fields in order to enroll in college. With a quest to fly, fly he did with the U.S. Air Force, in B-36 and B-52 bombers during the Cold War, eventually becoming a senior commander, rising to the grade of Major General and Chief of Staff, Strategic Air Command. Recruited out of the Air Force to accept an appointment as Associate Director, Los Alamos Nat'l Laboratory and later becoming a business executive and on to managing the recovery of the degraded local and long-distance communications systems in Post-Cold War Russia onward, creating eleven published works, including this in depth autobiographical personal experience journey, which includes substantial factual historical events. Enjoy!
"During World War II a select number of female pilots were selected to serve as WASPs, Women Air Service Pilots. They were not embraced by their male counterparts and struggled for acceptance daily. After the war, four WASPs meet to reminisce about their challenges and successes. The conversation soon shifts to a redacted report about a fellow pilot who was killed while trying to land her aircraft. What really happened? Someone knows the truth. Censored on final approach journeys into a time and place often left out of the history books"--P.  of cover.
Release on 2019-07-22 | by Bruce Holwerda,Letterloom Notelooks
Letterloom Notelooks Fine Art Series
Author: Bruce Holwerda,Letterloom Notelooks
Letterloom has partnered with award-winning fine artist Bruce Holwerda to bring his unique science fiction and fantasy art style to a selection of notebooks useful for various purposes.This is a blank comic book with 25+ unique page and spread layouts, repeated over 132 pages. Use the templates in this blank comic notebook to draw any genre of comic book