Hard Landing

Author: Stephen Leather
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1844568571
Size: 15,17 MB
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The first book in the bestselling Dan 'Spider' Shepherd series. Dan 'Spider' Shepherd is used to putting his life on the line. Working for an elite undercover squad he has lied, cheated and conned in order to bring Britain's most wanted criminals to justice. But when a powerful drugs baron starts to kill off witnesses to his crimes, Shepherd is given his most dangerous assignment yet. He has to go undercover in a top security prison, a world where one wrong move will mean certain death. As Shepherd gambles everything to move in on his quarry, he soon realises that the man he is hunting is even more dangerous than the police realise. And that he is capable of striking outside the prison walls and hitting Shepherd where it hurts most.

Hard Landing

Author: Algis Budrys
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497653002
Size: 15,40 MB
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A science fiction adventure told from the point of view of aliens who crash-land on Earth and must assimilate in secret—until their human cover is blown Budrys’s final novel opens with the report of a man found electrocuted on suburban train tracks in Shoreview, Illinois. Neville Sealman appeared to be just another commuter, but after his tragic death, no one comes forward to claim his body. And a routine autopsy reveals some disturbing physiological anomalies. Then a spaceship is unearthed in a New Jersey swamp. It’s the stuff of tabloids—except it’s all true. Years earlier, a starship crash-landed on Earth. Its passengers, human in appearance, were forced to make their separate ways in an alien world. No one knows that these otherworldly visitors have been living among the human race—but now their cover could be blown. Told in the form of an investigation reconstructed through direct and indirect witness testimony, Hard Landing takes the reader into the minds of its four protagonists as they struggle with the far-reaching ramifications of discovery. This is a suspenseful and revelatory novel about the elusive, ever-changing nature of identity.

Hard Landing

Author: Shirleen Davies
Editor: Avalanche Ranch Press LLC
ISBN: 1941786014
Size: 18,98 MB
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Hard Landing, Book Two in the MacLarens of Fire Mountain Contemporary Romance Series In this passionate Contemporary Romance series, author Shirleen Davies introduces her readers to the modern day MacLarens. Trey MacLaren is a confident, poised Navy pilot. He’s focused, loyal, ethical, and a natural leader. He is also on his way to what he hopes will be a lasting relationship and marriage with fellow pilot, Jesse Evans. Jesse has always been driven. Her graduation from the Naval Academy and acceptance into the pilot training program are all she thought she wanted—until she discovered love with Trey MacLaren . . . . . . Trey and Jesse’s lives are filled with fast flying, friends, and the demands of their military careers. Lives each has settled into with a passion. At least until the day Trey receives a letter that could change his and Jesse’s lives forever. It’s been over two years since Trey has seen the woman in Pensacola. Her unexpected letter stuns him and pushes Jesse into a tailspin from which she might not pull back. . . . Each must make a choice. Will the choice Trey makes cause him to lose Jesse forever? Will she follow her heart or her head as she fights for a chance to save the love she’s found? Will their independent decisions collide, forcing them to give up on a life together? Hard Landing is the second book in the MacLarens of Fire Mountain Contemporary series—heartwarming stories of difficult choices, loyalty, and lasting romance.

Hard Landing

Author: Lynne Heitman
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751556939
Size: 20,50 MB
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On a cold afternoon on the North Shore of Massachusetts, the body of Ellen Shepard is found. She leaves no family. She leaves no note. And she leaves vacant her position as the general manager of the notoriously brutal Majestic Airlines operation at Boston's airport. From the moment Alex Shanahan takes control of the operation, she is pulled into the menacing intrigue of her predecessor's death. She is welcomed by an obscene depiction of Ellen's dead body - a warning that secrets can kill and that once she knows them it will already too late. But Alex wants to know the truth. She follows the trail of corruption and betrayal from the loading ramp to the airline's executive suites. What she uncovers could bankrupt the airline and destroy the lives and careers of everyone involved. It could also cost Alex her life . . . Book 1 in the Alex Shanahan series.

Hard Landing

Author: Thomas Petzinger, Jr.
Editor: Crown Business
ISBN: 030777449X
Size: 13,92 MB
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In this updated paperback edition of a "rich, readable, and authoritative" Fortune) book, Wall Street Journal reporter Petzinger tells the dramatic story of how a dozen men, including Robert Crandall of American Airlines, Frank Borman of Eastern, and Richard Ferris of United, battled for control of the world's airlines. 416 pp. Radio drive-time pubilcity. 20,000 print. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Air Crash Investigations Hard Landing Kills 9 The Crash Of Turkish Airlines Flight Tk 1951 On Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Author: Igor Korovin
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557520282
Size: 12,48 MB
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On 25 February 2009 a Boeing 737-800, flight TK1951, operated by Turkish Airlines was flying from Istanbul in Turkey to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. There were 135 people on board. During the approach to the runway at Schiphol airport, the aircraft crashed about 1.5 kilometres from the threshold of the runway. This accident cost the lives of four crew members, and five passengers, 120 people sustained injuries. The crash was caused by a malfunctioning radio altimeter and a failure to implement the stall recovery procedure correctly.

Crash Landing

Author: Lori Wilde
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 0373797494
Size: 17,83 MB
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Stranded! Billionaire Gibb Martin loves risk almost as much as he loves a well-made suit. But when his business partner and longtime friend suddenly bails on a major venture to get married…well, that's one risk Gibb isn't willing to take. Now he just needs to charter a plane to Florida so he can stop the wedding—fast! Normally, bombshell pilot Sophia Cruz would have told Slick City Boy exactly where to go. Unfortunately, she really needs cash—even if it does come from an overprivileged guy with a very fine backside. But then disaster strikes midair, and Sophia is forced to crash-land the plane…. Now they're alone on a stunning deserted island—and surrounded by temptation. And this is one collision they won't be able to walk away from!

Raising Martians From Crash Landing To Leaving Home

Author: Joshua Muggleton
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1849050023
Size: 15,16 MB
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Describes the characteristics of Asperger's syndrome and how it affects a child's life at home and school.

Hard Landing

Author: Rick Smith
ISBN: 9781929878895
Size: 20,96 MB
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Hard Landing is the second volume of poetry by Rick Smith, published by Lummox Press. In a sense, it is the story of life as told by the Wren, but not necessarily wren as a small defenseless bird, but more as wren as metaphor. As you read these poems, you may begin to see yourself or someone you know in them.