“Meade and Ronan pull back the curtain on the airline industry and shine a bright light on the dark corners. Everyone who flies or cares about someone who flies should read this eye-opening account of the current state of commercial air travel. What you don’t see can hurt you.” — Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, retired airline pilot
'Meade's research is so extensive yet unobtrusive...that it is often easy to forget you're reading fiction and not history. This is a completely riveting thriller in the tradition of the Day of the Jackal. A white knuckler!' – THE WASHINGTON POST
'Glenn Meade writes scenes as though they were shot from a gun, and the impact as you turn each page is often just as powerful.' - FLORIDA TIMES
'A writer of powerfully built and skilfully executed plots. Immerse yourself in his intricately woven intrigue and explosive action, and enjoy them thoroughly!'
- OLEG KALUGIN, former head of the KGB's First Directorate
Glenn Meade was born into a working-class family in Dublin, Ireland. Critics have compared the standard of his work to that of Frederick Forsyth, John le Carre, and Tom Clancy, and his stories have tended to be a tantalising blend of fact and fiction.