In February 2015, a plane leaving Boston for Fort Lauderdale crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South Carolina.
Eight months later, the detritus from the crash and some of the human remains have been scraped off the bottom of the ocean, thus beginning the crux of the various investigations. In addition to the gaggle of federal agencies that are trying to piece together what happened to flight 4273 mid-flight, taking one hundred ninety-seven passengers and crew to a watery grave, the aerospace company that manufactured the plane is also trying to sort through the rubble.
Lansing Aerospace, in trying to defend itself against a massive class-action lawsuit and billions of dollars in victim's compensation, hires a prestigious Boston legal firm to aid in derailing what would be the demise of the lauded company.
Warren Dennihan and his partner Lisa Sheed are hired by the influential legal firm to delve into what caused the fateful crash in February, a monumental task if ever there was one. Are they working for the enemy? Were they hired to facilitate a cover-up? Is it even possible that two investigators, without any aerospace training, can solve such a quagmire? Or was that the plan all along?
The sixth novel in the Warren Dennihan series takes Deni and his partner through the complexities and bureaucracy of Flight.
It is a wild and bumpy ride.