A Novel of Amelia EarhartBook - 1998
Seven times a nominee for the Shamus Award given by the Private Eye Writers of America, Max Allan Collins has twice been recipient of the honor. His craft has never been as evident as it is in his latest Nathan Heller novel, Flying Blind.Collins? fictional character has solved some of America's most notorious crimes including the Lindbergh kidnapping'he's brought down Al Capone'and uncovered the truth behind the assassination of Huey Long. Now Nathan Heller is faced with something quite different'not a crime but a disappearance. More painful still, the disappearance of someone he'd known long ago, famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart. He'd been hired to protect her years ago after the discovery of threatening letters. But even Nathan Heller couldn't protect her once she boarded her plane and soared away into the horizon. Now, decades later, he's about to discover what really happened on that fateful flight. ? Flying Blind is the ninth title in the acclaimed and popular Nathan Heller series. ? The Nathan Heller series was named among the top five "American Period" mysteries by Library Journal. ? Flying Blind coincides with the publication of the Signet edition of Damned in Paradise. ? The disappearance of Amelia Earhart continues to mystify audiences.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, 1998.
Characteristics: 343 p. ; 22 cm.