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Book Review – The Pilot’s Daughter by Audrey J. Cole #BookReview #BookBlogger #thriller

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This was so much fun to read. Hijackers aboard the plane, a Pilot’s daughter and Detective working together in tandem to help until the pilots were shot and it was all upto the Pilot’s daughter Cora to land the plane. In water!!

My first book by author Audrey Cole, I enjoyed the thrill in the plotline. After the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines, I find myself eager to read every book with the airplane 🛬 setting. Audrey’s writing kept me at the edge of the seat as twists appeared out of nowhere, and also a couple of sharks. 🦈

It wasn’t a complex plotline, quite a straightforward one. At 200 odd pages, the story kept ramping up the danger with enough authenticity that it felt as if a movie was being played in front of me.

Fast paced with interesting main characters and hijackers with guns on a plane rapidly nose-diving, this was one thrilling ride.


Rating: 4 out of 5.


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Welcome aboard Pacific Air Flight 385, with nonstop service from Seattle to Honolulu.
Cora is scared to fly again after her husband died in a recent helicopter crash in Pago Pago.

A thousand times she has told herself to turn around, not get on the flight, go back to her young children.

But now, she’s seated in first class across the aisle from the girlfriend of a famous billionaire pharmaceutical entrepreneur.

Halfway across the Pacific, the flight is hijacked. Six people are dead—including the pilots.

Cora is a young widow, mother, and emergency room nurse…but as the world closes in around her, she’s also a pilot’s daughter.

Lost off radar in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, the motive behind the hijacking remains a mystery. Not knowing who to trust, Cora works with the man seated beside her, Seattle Homicide Detective Kyle Adams, to save herself along with the remaining one hundred and forty-two souls on board.


Publication Date: June 2021

I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

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