From the New York Times bestselling author of Saving Private Ryan and The Titanic Murders comes a gripping new mystery based on history's most terrifying air disaster.
"The master of true-crime fiction!"--Publishers Weekly
"An exceptional storyteller."--San Diego Union-Tribune
"Collins blends fact and fiction like no other writer."--Andrew Vachss
A New York Times bestselling author, Collins is a two-time winner of the prestigious Shamus Award --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Mixed Bag, February 2, 2003 Reviewer: Chris McCoy from Los Angeles, CA The style and plot were a tad simplistic. The historical accuracy was actually quite good. My biggest issue was with how "perfect" our protagonist is. He always knows everything, and gets away with completely unbelieveable dialog that makes the book a bit of a dog. If you are a fan of history and airships, this isn't a bad read. The author did their homework. Unfortunately, that is the apparent gimmick. Historical disaster, 2-D hero, and a cheesy plot seem to be all there is. It is amazing that an author can develop such a following with such a pat formula. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title