Cloudberry Books have now released Prestwick and Heathrow in both paperback and Kindle e-book format.
Have you ever flown into or out of one of London’s airports and wondered at the complex air traffic control organisation that ensured your safety?
It wasn’t just the controllers sitting in that glasshouse structure on top of the control tower who made sure your aircraft didn’t bump into another. Behind the scenes, an army of highly-trained radar controllers worked twenty four hours a day to keep the airspace around London safe. They did – and still do – a very demanding job.
Back in the nineteen nineties they worked inside a large ATC complex at West Drayton, not far from Heathrow. It was a well-guarded site, and rightly so. Had terrorists tried to attack that site, they would have found it very difficult, if not impossible. In this new novel, one man finds a way around West Drayton’s defences. By turning his attention on Heathrow, he finds a way to hijack the whole of the London ATC set-up. He is an aged Englishman with revenge and hatred firmly embedded in his mind, and his plans go way beyond the initial hijack.
Heathrow, is set in the heart of London’s air traffic control organisation, as it was in the nineteen nineties. Like Prestwick, it is a fast-moving story based around a potentially catastrophic disaster.
You can try the opening chapter of each of these novels on the appropriate page of this web site.
(see under Cloudberry Novels).
Coming soon! TIME AFTER TIME. Look out for this new historical novel which will be published later this month