Free Fall - Rick Mofina

Free Fall

By Rick Mofina

  • Release Date: 2016-07-26
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 17 Ratings



Pilots with no control… 

High above the Adirondack Mountains, a commuter flight to New York City turns into a rolling, twisting nightmare, plunging from the sky before the crew regains control. Then, in London, a jetliner crashes into the runway, killing fifteen people. 

Investigators with no answers… 

Reporter Kate Page believes something beyond mechanical—or human—error is behind the incidents that have air investigators baffled. But the mystery deepens as teams scramble to pinpoint a link between the tragedies, and Kate receives an untraceable message from someone boasting responsibility and threatening another event. 

A looming disaster… 

As Kate, the FBI and the NTSB race to find answers, the shadow figures behind the operation launch their most devastating plan yet, and time ticks down on one of the greatest tragedies the world has ever known.



    By Ellen/Oceanside
    Gripping plot as all of his books are. An unexplained malfunction caused injuries and a crash landing for a plane going to New York. You are taken into the newsroom . To see how this is played out, what is accurate, and how it is given out to the public. It seems real, and a story as all of his are, that you remember. Well done, and always looking for the next one from Rick.
  • Poor in every way

    By Scott5664
    Of the hundreds of books I’ve read during my life, this has to rate among the very worse. Poorly plotted. Characters unbelievable. Story even less believable. Writing charitably called almost fair. OK, you say, why did you read all of it? It was so bad it became comical. And I wanted to see if the ending was as corny as I thought it would be. It wasn’t. Much worse. Do yourself a huge favor, unless you are paid a great deal of money don’t spend a few precious hours of your life on this awful, really awful, book.
  • No

    By Ddsssaop
    Not fast moving. Stupid and weak heroin. Really not compelling writing.