Book: The Cover-Up by Dana Griffincategories: Book, Mystery, Suspense, Crime, Humor, Airline, Thriller
Dana Griffinabout this book: If you're a nervous flyer, you might not want to read The Cover-Up before your next flight. But rest assured, this is a work of fiction written by an airline pilot with a vivid imagination.
This story begins with an airliner rejecting its takeoff and crashing off the end of the runway. During the investigation into its cause, witnesses are missing and key data is stolen. The investigation goes from what caused the accident, to who caused it and how far they'll go to cover-up their involvement.
The people responsible for the accident go to great lengths to protect their image putting a female NTSB investigator and a male pilot instructor from the airline lives in danger.
Although you might question after reading this book if it's safe to fly on the airlines, rest assured, it's the safest form of transportation. I came up with the premise of this story one day when an FAA Inspector gave me a routine inspection. Afterward, I began wondering what the Inspector would do if I'd made a decision he questioned. Then I questioned what I might've done if he'd become belligerent about my decision during critical phase of flight.
From these thoughts, The Cover-Up was born. I hope you enjoy my book.
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