Matt Bullock, a naive flying student, and his charming but crooked instructor Jason Collins come to blows over Fleur Lassiter, Matter older girlfriend.
All three of them fall foul of Vladimir Zhukov, a Russian crime boss in Auckland, New Zealand. Zhukov wants to muscle in on Jason's drug smuggling and he won't
stop at kidnapping - or murder. Matt will need all his new flying skills to rescue the kidnap victims and bring Zhukov and Collins to justice.
Books Go Social. February 2021 (two reviews)
General Summary for Context:
This story is about a beautiful woman who is seeing one guy who loves flying, but after introductions with his flight instructor loses the girl he's seeing to him which insights a series of events changing everything.
Low Flying is a slow-burning murder story. We know who did it, but will they be caught?
Clear, sunny skies mask the storm that’s brewing over Auckland’s sleepy world of crime. Intriguing characters with great background and depth make this well-edited, easy-to-read detective story a winner.
This book was full of deceit, suspense and unexpected action. When I began I figured there would be a romance, the love triangle, I didn't expect most of what happened including Matt's connections through his father. It was a slower read for me but kept me coming back to read more. You get a passion for flying, a couple of mob hits and a women's life.
General thoughts on the Novel:
It was interesting to see where this book went. Lots of danger and intrigue. Matt's father really was horrible and what happened to Fleur was unexpected.
With great character building and an easy-to-read writing style, Low Flying is an interesting and relaxing read.