All Fall Down by Lee Gruenfeld

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After the near-crash of a passenger plane, the responsible party demands five million in cash to prevent worse accidents, and former NTSB investigator and Naval officer Jack Webster and combat pilot Bo Kincaid are partnered to investigate--if they can trust each other.

About Lee Gruenfeld

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Lee Gruenfeld is the bestselling author of novels such as "The Halls of Justice" and "All Fall Down" as well as the nonfiction "Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief". He lives in Southern California.
Published August 1, 1994 by Warner Books. 436 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As Goldberg and Webster hustle to satisfy the terms dictated by the blackmailer they've come to call Captain Marvel, and as they watch the $5 million they've deposited in the FundsNet interbank system get siphoned off in (nifty idea #2) a series of ATM withdrawals, they scramble to figure out who...

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Gruenfeld's second novel (after Irreparable Harm ) explores the chilling prospect of an evil genius who demands $5 million to refrain from misdirecting the navigational systems of commercial airliners.

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