Book report - "Deadly Departure"
This is a detective story, but sometimes I feel that this book is some kind of science fiction or historical novel. Though it can be classified as airplane reading, you may not want to bring Deadly Departure with you on your next flight. In this gripping story of the investigation of the crash of TWA Flight 800, aviation correspondent Christine Negroni guides the reader through the intricacies of the U.S. government's most expensive crash investigation to date. Personal stories of passengers, their families, crash investigators, rescue workers, conspiracy theorists, and employees of Boeing and TWA underpin Negroni's account of the investigation as a catalog of conflict, incompetence, and deceit. Story takes place in USA, Long Island, New York and Washington DC, but there is a lot of information about France too. A lot of action is in Hotel Armada in New York, there where kept many families and friends whose friends and adherents where ruined in catastrophic disaster of TWA 800. It was not just that some 236 people were killed on the flight minutes after it left John F. Kennedy Airport bound for Paris early on the evening of July 17, 1996 --- the plane had seemingly exploded in midair for no immediately obvious reason. Within days the conspiracy theorists were in full cry. An onboard bomb, said some; a ground-fired missile, said others. I counted a lot of characters, but only some characters have more descriptions, several characters were characterized like that: Name, surname, age, profession and nothing more.…
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