Crosswinds (A Novel by Michael Bellamy)
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Sunblood, a pristine wilderness isolated in the Yukon, divulges a tantalizing mystery that ignites bush pilot Scott Brandon's love for adventure.
He forms a volatile alliance with Catherine McGregor, an executive jet pilot from California. Together they search for an old Lufthansa airliner that vanished in 1937. Their path of discovery takes them from the genesis of the Third Reich to the boardrooms of an American empire.
Crosswinds portrays a reverence for the machines of flight that pilots and engineers have developed for their ships ever since the Wright brothers first took to the air. Like mariners of old, a bond occurs understood only by those who share a passion for flight.