Broken Wings

Paperback | December 23, 1997

byTerri Blackstock

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Among the 151 people who died in the crash of Flight 94 was Mick Hammon, the plane's captain and Erin Russell's close friend. A pilot herself, Erin now struggles with the shattering losses both of her friend and of her own confidence in the cockpit. With pilot error speculated as the cause of the accident, Erin fights to save Mick's reputation for the sake of the family he left behind. But that fight pits her against Addison Lowe, the crash investigator. Like Erin, he is determined to get at the truth of the disaster. But his conclusions could ruin Mick's good name and the future of Mick's family. Clashing over the details of the disaster, Erin and Addison discover an unexpected, mutual attraction for each other. But it could go down in flames as the investigation spins out of control. Broken Wings is part of the Second Chances series by award-winning suspense novelist Terri Blackstock. Combining fast-paced reading with realistic characters and situations, Second Chances takes readers to where the conflict between good and evil becomes the proving grounds of faith.

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If not for a minor car accident that kept her home, Erin Russell would have been co-piloting Flight 94 when it crashed, killing 151 people -- including her captain and close friend, Mick Hammon. News of the crash devastated Erin, and she hasn't flown since. Instead, determined to protect Mick's family from speculation about the crash b...

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Among the 151 people who died in the crash of Flight 94 was Mick Hammon, the plane's captain and Erin Russell's close friend. A pilot herself, Erin now struggles with the shattering losses both of her friend and of her own confidence in the cockpit. With pilot error speculated as the cause of the accident, Erin fights to save Mick's re...

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Among the 151 people who died in the crash of Flight 94 was Mick Hammon, the plane's captain and Erin Russell's close friend. A pilot herself, Erin now struggles with the shattering losses both of her friend and of her own confidence in the cockpit. With pilot error speculated as the cause of the accident, Erin fights to save Mick's re...

Terri Blackstock has sold over seven million books worldwide and is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author. She is the award-winning author of Intervention, Vicious Cycle, and Downfall, as well as such series as Cape Refuge, Newpointe 911, the SunCoast Chronicles, and the Restoration Series. Visit her website at www.terribla...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:December 23, 1997Publisher:Zondervan

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310207088

ISBN - 13:9780310207085

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If not for a minor car accident that kept her home, Erin Russell would have been co-piloting Flight 94 when it crashed, killing 151 people -- including her captain and close friend, Mick Hammon. News of the crash devastated Erin, and she hasn't flown since. Instead, determined to protect Mick's family from speculation about the crash being his fault, Erin embarks on a fight to prove her dead friend innocent.But that fight pits her against Addison Lowe, the National Transportation Safety Board investigator, who feels certain that the crash was caused by a negligent pilot. Torn between comforting Erin and grilling her for information, Addison finds himself falling in love with a woman whose passion for truth is as great as his own.Addison's report on the crash can destroy the pilot's family -- a grieving wife and a little boy who thought the world of his father. But in the balance lies the safety of future flights. Does ensuring that safety require that Addison ruin the family and very possibly lose Erin? What must he do to keep his conscience clear before God