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Flying To Pieces

Ing, Dean

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ISBN 10: 0812548418 / ISBN 13: 9780812548419
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Title: Flying To Pieces

Publisher: Tor Books

Binding: MASS MARKET PAPERBACK

Book Condition: Good

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Today they seem to be boring old men, telling wild stories to anyone who will listen, but once they were the hottest pilots in the Pacific--men who could fly anything, anywhere, any time. And they've just been handed the chance to end their lives as millionaires.

A dying comrade has a secret he doesn't want to take to the grave....He knows where to find a cache of old Japanese air force planes--not wrecks lying all over the floor of some jungle, but planes in pristine condition, properly moth-balled and stored before the end of the war.

But how do a group of retirees raise the money to finance a salvage mission of this size, without altering every other treasure hunter on the face of the earth?

Wade Lovett, a handful of his old comrades, and his surprisingly practical grandson are determined to succeed.

It will be the adventure of a lifetime.

About the Author:

Dean Ing has worked as a USAF interceptor crew chief, a senior research engineer in the aerospace industry, a builder and driver of sports-racing cars, and a university professor. He has a doctorate in communications theory. Ing is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Ransom of Black Stealth One, The Nemesis Mission, and The Skins of Dead Men. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.

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