Synopses & Reviews
He took you on a collision course with disaster in Pandora's Clock
In the high-flying tradition of his extraordinary New York Times bestseller Pandora's Clock, author and aviator John J. Nance launches Medusa's Child, an explosive new thriller that takes to the skies-and takes you to the height of terror.
Now he brings you to the brink of nuclear catastrophe
At 10,000 feet, Captain Scott McKay gets the nerve-shattering news: aboard his Boeing 727 is a ticking time bomb-and not just any bomb. It's the Medusa Project, a thermonuclear monster that could wipe out every computer chip on the continent, obliterating any and all traces of modern technology. Now Scott is flying blind, with nowhere to land and nothing to rely on but his own instincts. And one wrong move could ignite a worldwide apocalypse by unleashing...
"So compelling it's tough to look away." --People
"Master of aviation suspense John J. Nance produces another high-flying thriller....BRILLIANT...He moves the action effortlessly from place to place, building the tension and heightening the drama...NANCE DELIVERS PLENTY OF PUNCH." --The Orange County Register
"This book's more addictive than morphine, a proverbial page-turner." --Dallas Morning News
About the Author
John J. Nance
is aviation consultant for the ABC television network and Aviation Editor for "Good Morning America." An internationally recognized aviation consultant, Nance is also a licensed aerospace attorney, an Air Force reserve officer, and a full-time working airline captain for a major U.S. carrier. He lives in Tacoma, Washington.