Crime Fiction – Lady Laughing

Lady LaughingLady Laughing
By Bruce J. Cameron
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1490913834
Published: November 2013
Pages: 136
Genre: Crime, Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Paperback and Kindle

The novel Lady Laughing is a fictional account of real events that took place in the 1990’s. In 1991 and again in 1994, commercial airliners, both Boeing 737s, crashed under amazingly similar sets of circumstances. They both took place in clear weather, on approach to landings at major airports and suffered the loss of all aboard. The NTSB says the only two unsolved airline crashes were the result of “uncontrolled collision with terrain for undetermined reasons”.

Could that “undetermined reason” be murder? For Brad and Elizabeth, two of the coldest, most depraved contract killers ever, the first one was just practice; the second would be payday, big time.

For NTSB crash investigator Art Campos, it is a maddeningly elusive puzzle. He has a photo of the killers, but nothing else. His only chance to catch them is to offer himself as bait, and time is running out.

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