While returning from a journey to Carlsbad Caverns, Albert and Grace Beckmann stop to refuel their plane at a tiny airfield, only to find the owner dead. The Beckmanns soon discover that the dead man had been involved in the theft of a cache of gems from World War II. "Excellent writing . . . a series to keep your eye on".--"Rendezvous"....
|Title||:||Death Flies on Final|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
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Death Flies on Final Reviews
Finished this over the holiday. Despite the flying theme, it was a very down-to-earth mystery with realistic characters, and a close-to-believable story. The aviation jargon was minimal (thankfully!). I liked how the heroine's family was supportive of her sleuthing - even her teen-aged sons helped with the investigation. An enjoyable book. :)
Far-fetched, poorly written.
Good enough for me to finish it. Not good enough for me to really care about the outcome.