Flight into Danger
0330020765ISBN 13: Méret:
Papír, Puha kötés
KÉSZLETEN VAN, AZONNAL SZÁLLÍTHATÓ
Házhozszállítás: Lehetőségeink szerint a 17 óráig leadott rendelést a következő munkanapon, a vasárnap 17 óráig leadottakat hétfőn adjuk át a futárnak.
A csomag várható kiszállítása a feladás után 1-2 munkanap.
Szállítás Pick Pack Pontra: Lehetőségeink szerint a 17 óráig leadott rendelést a következő munkanapon, a vasárnap 17 óráig leadottakat hétfőn adjuk át a futárnak.
A csomag várható megérkezése a kiválasztott pontra a feladás után 2-3 munkanap.
John Castle, Arthur Hailey - Flight into Danger
This intensely gripping book is the outcome of a unique collaboration between two writers who have each established for himself a considerable reputation for fuly-documented, completely realistic suspense. When George Spenser, a salesman troubl-shooter, managed late one night to catch the last seat on a charter plane at Winnipeg, there was nothing to distinguish the flight from hundreds of others which take place all over the world every day. The fifty odd passengers were ordinary, intelligent people out to enjoy themselves at an important ball game. The crew were the normal ball game. The crew were the normal, well-trained and efficient pilot, co-pilot and stewardess. Their aircraft was a four-engined luxury airliner of the type that is seen at almost any large airport. True, they were late arriving at Winnipeg from Toronto, due to local ground fog, but there was nothing alarming in that. It was soon after they had begun the last leg of their journey, from Winnipeg across 1,500 miles of mountainously rugged country to Vancouver, that things started to happen - things that could happen anywhere. From the moment the pace of this story faily crackedles. Caught by a situation that is utterly compelling, the reader is swept along in the staccato succession of events until the inevitable and breathtaking climax. "Flight into Danger" is a brilliant addition to the new genre of crimeless, real-life suspense. Here there are no heroics, no fantasises or exaggerations. Just a superbly good story, tol dwith taut economy by writers who are masters of the craft. A note about them appears on the back of this jacket. The reader shares to the full then nerve-wracking tension of the appalling emergency nearly four miles above the earth, learns something of what it means to attempt to control the enormously complex mechanism of o modern airliner, and follows step by step the urgent developments on the ground.