The Mormon Conspiracy; A Flying Adventure

eBook (PDF), 228 Pages
(3 Ratings)
Price: $5.00
Jerry Sherwood meets an average guy who wants a ride in his homebuilt kit aircraft. Jerry gets hijacked and trapped in a conspiracy that involves Homeland Security, TSA, the FBI and the Mormon church. He partners with the local police chief and an FBI agent to face danger, learn and grow and crack the conspiracy and corruption and prevent the catastrophe. The flying adventures include piloting a kit built Skyranger aircraft, Cessna 182 Skylane, and Piper Warrior.
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  • By Christian Davis
    Dec 3, 2009
    Fasten your seat belts. This is a story that takes off on the runway, full throttle, and never lets up until the amazing ending, when the last pieces of the puzzle fall surprisingly, into place. It's what mystery fans call a page turner. This is a maiden flight for Mr Seitzer, with a promise of more sky adventures to come, but from the very first page, the reader knows he is in the hands of an authentic pilot and experienced mechanic, seasoned with a boyhood raised on a Minnesota farm, where he learned to invent and improvise when machinery breakdowns often left him with nothing but his wits to get things going again, as the protagonist in this story is frequently called to do. Though the love of flying is evident throughout the book, Mr Seitzer has a tiger by the tail as he cranks up this yarn that winds through a crooked parade of the most astounding characters, some of who's true identity and motivation are not revealed until the very end. For a slam bang rip roaring ride of a... More > mystery adventure, this story will leave your head spinning when you finally climb down out of the cockpit< Less
  • By jagalyn
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Great Book, Great Imagination and a Fun Read!" Mr. Seitzer did a wonderful job keeping me in constant anticipation for what's coming next. The love of flying small experimental planes and having it incorporated into such a wild journey made this a fun read. Just when I thought I had it all figured out, Seitzer throws in a new twist. Mystery, suspense and the fun of flying... how can you beat that? Highly recommended read for any pilot. Perfect read for that rainy day...
  • By Rick Duoos
    Oct 4, 2009
    "The Mormon Conspiracy" Lots of fun! My apologies to my Mormon friends. It really wasn't about you. Action-packed and yes, the short chapters were nice. Good work, Dale!
  • By nmason211
    Jul 18, 2009
    "Review-The Morman Conspiracy" This is a fast paced story with many twists and much action. If you are interested in general aviation and light aircraft you are likely to enjoy this book immensely. The author keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Can’t wait to see the movie version!
  • By chip andrews
    Jun 29, 2009
    "Keeps your attention, Easy read, detailed flying description" Was real easy to read with nice short chapters. Lots of twists and turns in the adventures and flying. Lots of detailed facts, as a pilot, I found the details very accurate. Book held my attention thru out the chapters. When you think you got it figured out the plot changes and get more complicated. It's a good read for all pilots, or all those thinking of becoming a pilot, or adventurous people.
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Seitview Publishing
September 28, 2011
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