Book Reviews of The Passenger

The Passenger
The Passenger
Author: Patrick A. Davis
ISBN-13: 9780425177693
ISBN-10: 0425177696
Publication Date: 12/1/2000
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A good story but the use of foul language make it of less quality than it could be.
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Interesting story.
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A good suspenseful read.
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A real page-turning thriller, in the style of TV's "24." Davis spins an intriguing story about a government official trying to prevent a coverup surrounding a military plane crash that kills the President's brother. There are moments when you feel the exhilerating race to find out who knows the truth, and others when you feel angry because the main character, a good man, is being slandered to keep him from his job. All in all, a good read.
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Carsh or cover-up? A suspenseful techno-thriller that packs a punch. John Quinn is called in to investigate the crash of a military Learjet after takeoff with no survivors. The plane was carrying only one passenger. Why?
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THE PASSENGER By Patrick. A. Davis, Read By Jim Bond, approximately three hours, 1999, ISBN 1-58788-003-2. The crash of a military jet reveals political intrigue.
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I'm a picky, picky reader and never post a book I didn't like!
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Colonel John Quinn was a young, ambitious Air Force pilot with a stellar career ahead of him-until an Iraqi missile ground his dreams of flight forever. Assigned to the Penyagon, he sees only a future of a desk jobs. Then a military Learjet crashes just after takeoff with no survivors. And Quin is called to lead the most important investigation of his life-because the plane was carrying only one passenger...The president's brother.