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The Last Hostage
The Last Hostage
Author: John J. Nance
ISBN-13: 9780330370646
ISBN-10: 0330370642
Publication Date: 12/1998
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pan MacMillan
Book Type: Paperback
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Great read! I couldn't put it down!
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John J. Nance is said to be a master at writing aviation suspense! This novel promises a startling climax.
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For John Nance fans, nothing needs to be said. Wonderful!

For those that have never read Nance's books, give him a try. His combination of the love of flying and his flair for suspense type stories brings his books to life. Without giving you the heebie-jeebies about flying commercially. You'll fall in love with his writing.
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International version, published 1999, 562 pages
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Good Read
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The author of this book, John J. Nance, reads this audio cd and does a fantastic job! It is 5 disks and is approximately 6 hours.
Adult fiction. Great audio book!
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Very good book
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In this sky-high thriller, an airline pilot takes his 737 hostage, putting every passenger on board at risk. His demand: that the authorities hunt down, arrest and indict an unprosecuted killer-within twenty-four hours.

The FBI sends in Kat Bronlky, one of its very first female hostage negotiators. Calling on all her training and talent to hold the pilot's fragile psyche together, Kat feels her allegiances shift as she learns the true story behind his breakdown. Notching up the suspense with each twist and turn of the lightning-swift plot, John Nance poses a compelling dilemma: In an appalling miscarriage of justice, with the spectre of a little girl haunting the three key players, who is the real victim-and who is the villain? As the drama unfolds, it is clear that the only person who can bring AirBridge Flight 90 safely to the ground is a man with a death wish-and quite possibly a legitimate grievance.