Flight crash investigators Gaynor Crosswell and Phil Epson lead by Marcus Hodge, are investigating the explosion of a civil aircraft over rural England. The explosion not only killed all on...
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Flight crash investigators Gaynor Crosswell and Phil Epson lead by Marcus Hodge, are investigating the explosion of a civil aircraft over rural England. The explosion not only killed all on board, but also people on the ground. Despite pressure from both the public and the airline, to declare the crash an act of terrorism, the investigators keep their pace to reveal the truth. The investigation is shattered when it comes to light that not only the long missing daughter of Marcus Hodge was on board, but also that she is suspected to have smuggled a bomb onto the plane.Written by
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