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Last High Ground

by Robin A. White

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 044918319X, Mass Market Paperback)

"BLISTERING ACTION, BRILLIANTLY PACED. You're drawn into a vortex of intrigue from the moment you start reading."
--Clive Cussler
In Hiroshima, a dying crime czar releases his power, his mistakes, and his money. . . . In Washington, a lawyers investigator uncovers the truth about the worst U.S. aviation disaster in history. . . . And 40,000 feet above Utah, an airline pilot feels a sudden shudder and knows the impossible is about to happen--again.
Now three men from different worlds must infiltrate a vast conspiracy that is wreaking havoc in the skies. Shig Onishi is a Japanese accountant turned cop. Brian MacHenry is a dogged ex-marine investigating a string of horrible airline crashes. And Roger Case is a lawyer who specializes in aviation litigation. All three men are following a trail of money, power, and shocking criminality that stretches across the Pacific and into the halls of U.S. industry and politics. The questions Onishi, MacHenry, and Case are asking are more than enough to get them killed. But the answers are enough to rock the
world. . .
"A THOROUGHLY ENTERTAINING THRILLER."
--St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"A SLAM-BANG CLIMAX . . . [A] SOLIDLY CRAFTED THRILLER."
--Kirkus Reviews

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Japanese gangsters try to gain control of the Boeing aircraft company by causing its planes to crash, thereby depressing the company's stock. Two men--an American accident investigator and a Japanese police officer--join forces to learn what has caused the crashes and who is behind them. By the author of The Sword of Orion.… (more)

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