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Released January 23, 1976
ISBN 9780718114978

£160.00

There was relief at Heathrow when the damaged British Airways 707 touched down safely. But something was wrong. The pilot wasn't answering the control tower's radio call - and the authorities soon found out why. An armed hijacker was on board the plane, together with five accomplices and a bomb.

The hijackers wanted a terrorist returned in exchange for the lives of the aircraft's passengers and crew. The exchange could be made safely. Until the prisoner escaped...

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Craig Thomas

Craig Thomas was a Welsh author of thrillers, most notably the Mitchell Gant

His best-known novel was Firefox, which brought him to global prominence and spawned a success film adaptation, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. After publishing his third novel, the Cold War espionage thriller Wolfsbane, he left teaching altogether, in 1977. His later books include Snow Falcon and A Different War. Shortly before his death he finished a two-volume commentary on German philosopher Freidrich Nietzsche and Kenneth Aubrey series of novels.

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