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Publisher Comments:

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nelson DeMille brings back Detective John Corey of The Lion's Game and Plum Island in a provocative new novel inspired by actual events.

On a Long Island beach at dusk, Bob Mitchell and Janet Whitney conduct their illicit love affair in front of a video camera, set to record each steamy moment. Suddenly a terrible explosion lights up the sky. Grabbing the camera, the couple flees as approaching police cars speed toward the scene. Five years later, the crash of Flight 800 has been attributed to a mechanical malfunction. But for John Corey and Kate Mayfield, both members of the Elite Anti-terrorist Task Force, the case is not closed. Suspecting a cover-up at the highest levels and disobeying orders, they set out to find the one piece of evidence that will prove the truth about what really happened to Flight 800 — the videotape that shows a couple making love on the beach and the last moments of the doomed airliner.

Review:

"Demille's latest is sure to be a #1 bestseller — but it's also sure to be controversial. The book is centered on an investigation of the July 1996 crash of flight TWA 800, 'when...a big Boeing 747 bound for Paris with 230 passengers and crew on board, exploded off the Atlantic coast of Long Island, sending all 230 souls to their deaths.' In July 2001, Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force detective John Corey, a brilliant, smart-ass detective last seen in Plum Island and The Lion's Game, accompanies his FBI agent wife, Kate Mayfield, to the fifth anniversary of the disaster. John, whose wife worked the crash in 1996, understands that Kate has brought him along because she doesn't buy the official finding of 'mechanical failure' and wants him to mount his own investigation. There are 200 eyewitnesses who swear they saw a missile lift into the clear night sky and bring down the airplane, a charge dismissed by the CIA as an optical illusion. Though Corey is warned away from the investigation, like any good fictional detective, this only serves to spur him on. He uncovers evidence that a man and a woman, on the beach that fateful night videotaping their adulterous affair, inadvertently caught on tape the missile hitting the plane. The book is primarily about John tracking down the couple, but as the end nears, readers will begin to understand the perilous direction in which Demille is leading them. The pages will turn in a blur as a feeling of dread grows, until the end comes and one's worst fears are confirmed. Readers will think about this one for a long time. Agent, Nicholas Ellison. (Nov.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information, Inc.)

Review:

"As usual, DeMille spins a well-crafted, timely, and exciting tale." Library Journal

Review:

"This real-life tragedy hands DeMille perhaps his finest plot ever, one that involves real feeling, and will have you squirming and calling out at various dangers." Kirkus Reviews

Synopsis:

Five years after the crash of Flight 800 two members of the Elite Anti-terrorist Task Force suspect it was no accident and they set out to recover the one piece of evidence to prove it: a videotape that shows a couple making love on the beach as the airliner crashes.

Synopsis:

Provocative, frightening, and based on true events, DeMille's latest #1 "New York Times" bestseller begins five years after the crash of TWA Flight 800. Two members of the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force suspect it was no accident and set out to recover the one piece of evidence to prove it.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780446576635
Author:
Demille, Nelson
Publisher:
Warner Books
Author:
DeMille, Nelson
Subject:
General
Subject:
Terrorism
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - Police Procedural
Subject:
Suspense
Subject:
Government investigators
Copyright:
Publication Date:
November 2004
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
496
Dimensions:
9.08x6.34x1.53 in. 1.55 lbs.

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Product details 496 pages Warner Books - English 9780446576635 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Demille's latest is sure to be a #1 bestseller — but it's also sure to be controversial. The book is centered on an investigation of the July 1996 crash of flight TWA 800, 'when...a big Boeing 747 bound for Paris with 230 passengers and crew on board, exploded off the Atlantic coast of Long Island, sending all 230 souls to their deaths.' In July 2001, Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force detective John Corey, a brilliant, smart-ass detective last seen in Plum Island and The Lion's Game, accompanies his FBI agent wife, Kate Mayfield, to the fifth anniversary of the disaster. John, whose wife worked the crash in 1996, understands that Kate has brought him along because she doesn't buy the official finding of 'mechanical failure' and wants him to mount his own investigation. There are 200 eyewitnesses who swear they saw a missile lift into the clear night sky and bring down the airplane, a charge dismissed by the CIA as an optical illusion. Though Corey is warned away from the investigation, like any good fictional detective, this only serves to spur him on. He uncovers evidence that a man and a woman, on the beach that fateful night videotaping their adulterous affair, inadvertently caught on tape the missile hitting the plane. The book is primarily about John tracking down the couple, but as the end nears, readers will begin to understand the perilous direction in which Demille is leading them. The pages will turn in a blur as a feeling of dread grows, until the end comes and one's worst fears are confirmed. Readers will think about this one for a long time. Agent, Nicholas Ellison. (Nov.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Review" by , "As usual, DeMille spins a well-crafted, timely, and exciting tale."
"Review" by , "This real-life tragedy hands DeMille perhaps his finest plot ever, one that involves real feeling, and will have you squirming and calling out at various dangers."
"Synopsis" by , Five years after the crash of Flight 800 two members of the Elite Anti-terrorist Task Force suspect it was no accident and they set out to recover the one piece of evidence to prove it: a videotape that shows a couple making love on the beach as the airliner crashes.
"Synopsis" by , Provocative, frightening, and based on true events, DeMille's latest #1 "New York Times" bestseller begins five years after the crash of TWA Flight 800. Two members of the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force suspect it was no accident and set out to recover the one piece of evidence to prove it.
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