The plane can’t land. It can’t turn back. And the fuel’s running out.
Reaching the end of a four hour flight, the crew of Phoenix Flight 375 find themselves facing an impossible dilemma: terrible weather, a natural disaster and a silent killer force them to decide not how to live, but how they might have to die. Half of the passengers want to survive. The others want a quick and painless end. They have one hour of fuel remaining, and then their choices will be over.
At thirty-seven thousand feet and five hundred miles per hour, you’re not in control of anything. On this flight, neither are the pilots…
Praise for Dean Crawford:
“The fossilized remains of a 7,000-year-old creature dug from the sands of the Negev Desert in Israel become the bones of contention in Dean Crawford’s fast-paced debut thriller… The book neatly threads together a wild variety of plotlines.” –Wall Street Journal
“The action is frenetic, in the vein of Matthew Reilly’s Scarecrow series. Crawford is an able storyteller who smoothly orchestrates the plot’s twists and turns… ” – Kirkus Reviews
“… brilliant high-concept, high-octane thriller….” – The Guardian
“A fast-paced and entertaining yarn.” – Melbourne Age
“Partly mythical read, part thriller this pacy tale is a page turner guaranteed to keep you up late.” – The Sun
“Get the cameras rolling—Indiana Jones meets Alien. What a combination of mystery, suspense, and unspeakable horror. I loved it!” – R.L. Stine
“This is an amazingly good, intelligently told novel by an exciting new British author.” – Eurocrime
“Earth-shattering intrigue, hyperdrive action and a desperate race to save humanity, cranked up to the max with scarily realistic science and apocalyptic religion thrown in for good measure . . . a major new talent has hit the mystery thriller scene!” – Scott Mariani
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dean Crawford began writing after his dream of becoming a fighter pilot in the Royal Air Force was curtailed when he failed their stringent sight tests. His Ethan Warner series of high-concept novels have regularly featured on the Sunday Times paperback bestseller list and have sold all over the world. A full-time author, he lives with his partner and daughter in Surrey.