Author: Andrew Watts
Details: The FBI wants him arrested.
The CIA wants him to disappear.
And the Russians want him dead.
Just what is hiding in the CIA's top secret personnel file on Max Fend? The one that even his FBI investigator isn't allowed to see?
A mysterious cyber attack on Fend Aerospace triggers an investigation into Max Fend, the son of aerospace tycoon Charles Fend. Fend Aerospace is only days away from launching the world's first autonomous commercial airliner, and investigators are struggling to connect the dots.
But when Pavel Morozov, a wealthy ex-KGB agent, shows up from a past Charles had long forgotten, the pieces begin falling into place. Morozov plans to execute a deadly and far-reaching plot...and it centers on Max Fend.
Now, Max must team up with an old flame, Canadian hacker Renee LeFrancois. Together, they will attempt to unravel Morozov's plans, before it is too late...
*****GLIDEPATH is the latest thriller from USA Today bestselling author and former Navy pilot Andrew Watts. See what readers are saying:
"This is one of the best books I have read in a long time. From the beginning to the end it was hard to put down. The story was unique and the characters engaging. I'm ready to read more Max!"
"Glidepath combines yesterday's Cold War espionage, today's terrorist environment, and tomorrow's technology into a thrilling plot. Watts story telling rates right up there with the more popular writers of today."
"...reads like a melding of the world of aviation suspense created by J J Nance, and the world of rough and tumble intrigue created by Lee Child in the Jack Reacher series. I have read a lot of thrillers in both genres, and I find it hard to recall a novel which combines these two worlds as well as this one does. Don't pass this one up!"
Andrew Watts is the USA Today bestselling author of The War Planners series. Andrew graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2003 and served as a naval officer and helicopter pilot until 2013. During that time, he flew counter-narcotic missions in the Eastern Pacific and counter-piracy missions off the Horn of Africa. He was a flight instructor in Pensacola, FL, and helped to run ship and flight operations while embarked on a nuclear aircraft carrier deployed in the Middle East.