Flight (Paperback)

By Jan Burke

Pocket Books, 9780743439770, 560pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2002

List Price: 7.99*
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Edgar Award-winning author Jan Burke, acclaimed for her Irene Kelly novels, hits the ground running with a harrowing thriller featuring homicide detective Frank Harriman. When the wreckage of a small plane belonging to a Las Piernas Police Department detective who disappeared a decade ago is discovered in the San Bernardino Mountains, an emotional and disturbing triple-homicide case is reopened with a vengeance. Was the pilot a sellout who murdered a key witness? Alone, following his instincts, Frank traces the path of his predecessor to uncover the truth -- and comes face-to-face with a madman whose killing intent has just taken off.

About the Author

Jan Burke is the author of a dozen novels and a collection of short stories. She is the founder of the Crime Lab Project and is a member of the board of the California Forensic Science Institute. She lives in Southern California with her husband and two dogs. Learn more about her at JanBurke.com.

Praise For Flight

Sue Grafton Will keep you clinging to your armrests from beginning to end.

Mystery News Flight is outstanding -- perhaps Jan Burke's best book yet...Wonderful, surprising....incredibly well-conceived and expertly written.

Los Angeles Times Explosive.

St. Petersburg Times (FL) Positively compelling....A novel of police intrigue and suspense that doesn't flag.

The Washington Times Totally satisfying....Jan Burke and Irene Kelly always delight. Burke is a craftsman, using care and imagination to craft a plot that unites disparate parts of two crimes spanning decades into a totally satisfying whole. Irene Kelly and Frank Harriman are as real as your next-door neighbors.

Sue Grafton Buckle up, my friend! Flight is fueled by suspense....

St. Petersburg Times (FL) One of the better thrillers of the year.

The San Diego Union-Tribune A suspenseful plot that melds past and present, complex characters, and surprises galore.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A thrilling story.