The Wrong Hangar, by Ken Kaye
Amelia Earhart’s fate has captured the imagination of conspiracy buffs for decades. Since she and her Lockheed Electra mysteriously disappeared in 1937, there have been countless theories about what happened to the woman who set out to fly around the world. In his intriguing new novel, The Wrong Hangar, author Ken Kaye, explores the possibility that the pioneering aviatrix secretly and safely returned all those years ago. He masterfully describes the events of Earhart’s supposed postflight life through the skeptical eyes of Marty Allen, a jaded tabloid journalist hired to track down Earhart’s long-lost plane.
As Allen unravels the web of lies cocooning the true story about Earhart and her family, he starts to understand why the shroud of mystery has remained intact for so long. He also begins to have an inkling that he may finally be on the brink of true love. As Kaye artfully navigates the questions of morality and values that confront Allen throughout this suspenseful thriller, readers will be irresistibly drawn in by his singular dilemma: Should he pursue riches and fame or love and obscurity?
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