The Bermuda Triangle Mystery, The Final Flight, is Now Part of the Peter Talbert Trilogy, Completed Yesterday, Oct. 19 2006 with The Right Choice

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The trilogy is now complete. The Final Flight is in the Bermuda Triangle, A Flight Too Far takes place in London, and the Right Choice completes the trilogy in the Philippines. In the Final Flight Peter Talbert flies to St. Anthony and then to Bermuda twice to try to solve the disappearance in a hurricane of a modern turbo jet without any warning using the latest satellite technology. An ideal reading companion to The Right Choice and A Flight Too Far.

This Bermuda Triangle mystery, The Final Choice, the second book of the now complete trilogy, is about a modern airliner flying from St Anthony. in the Caribbean returning ten priceless impressionist paintings to a billionaire in Bermuda. The aircraft disappears in a hurricane as it approaches Bermuda and the underwater search begins. Peter Talbert, ex pilot and aviation expert, who is the cenral character of all three mysteries, is commissioned to look after the interests of the airline during the accident investigation since the insurance company refuses to pay out if the accident is due to pilot eror.

Talbert flies first to New York to check the Air Traffic Oceanic records and is apalled by the tapes. He goes on to St Anthony where he encounters the attractive Charlie Simpson, insurance investigator, who distrusts technology but knows all about human desires and deceit.

Talbert suspects the aircraft electronics and Charlie suspects fraud but doesn't know where to look except in the Atlantic. The accident investigators and St Anthony government are quite resigned to giving up the search but Talbert and Simpson believe that there is more to the disappearance than it seems. Talbert flies to Phoenix to get help from the electronics manufacturer.

Their suspicions are confirmed when Talbert is first driven off the road and then shot at. Slowly Talbert begins to suspects the truth and explains his theory to the local chief of police. But without an aircraft and without any paintings the chief of police can do nothing.

In Charlie's room for the first time Talbert suddenly works out what must have happened. Together they rush into the town to check his theory.

In this spellbinding yarn the reader is taken on to the flight deck of the lost aircraft as the story unfolds and only right at the very end is the amazing explanation revealed. This book is very cleverly constructed and technically right up to date. It is a worthy addition to the many mysteries in the Bermuda Triangle.

This book will keep the reader guessing up to the last moment and will be a good read for everyone who likes a mystery, not just for aviation enthusiasts.


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