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Publisher: Writers Club Press
Release Date: 2001
ISBN: 0595206042
Format Reviewed: Trade Paperback
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Genre: Mystery
Reviewed: 2003
Reviewer: Kristie Leigh Maguire
Reviewer Notes: Reviewer Kristie Leigh Maguire is the author of Emails from the Edge (The Life of an Expatriate Wife) and Desert Heat ; co-author with Mark Haeuser of No Lady and Her Tramp

Angels on my Wings
Roger Vizi

     Transcon Flight Three Seven from Los Angeles to New York was behind schedule departing from LAX. In an effort to make up for lost time, Captain Bob Daniels made the decision to go ahead and have the baggage loaded onto the plane without the completion of the required baggage inspections. This fateful decision would forever change the destiny of Transcon Flight Three Seven.

     A passenger told flight attendant Ashley Stone that the floor was moving underneath his feet. Ashley reported this information to senior flight attendant Michelle Johnson who immediately went to the cockpit to inform the Captain of this strange turn of events. Suddenly a loud explosion rocked the plane. In the ensuing chaos, two of the passengers were sucked out of the plane through the large hole that had been torn into the cabin wall.

      The force of the explosion ruptured the fuselage and severed the hydraulic and electrical lines that operated the control surfaces of the plane. The plane could fly, but could not make turns. Without being able to make turns, the flight was doomed to crash.

     A daring rescue attempt by a stunt team of two jet helicopters and a leer jet was the only hope that Transcon Flight Three Seven had to avoid crashing. Could these angels of mercy save the doomed flight?

     Roger Vizi transports the reader inside of the aircraft, Transcon Flight Three Seven. Although the book could have used a bit more editing, this does not take away from the excellent story line that Vizi presents in Angels on my Wings.

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