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Before the Fall

Verfasser: Suche nach diesem Verfasser Hawley, Noah (Verfasser)
Verfasserangabe: Noah Hawley
Medienkennzeichen: Fremdsprachig SL
Jahr: 2017
Verlag: London, Hodder


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Down-on-his-luck artist Scott Burroughs would usually take the ferry back to New York from Martha's Vineyard, but he is unexpectedly offered a spare seat on the Bateman family's private jet.
Then, just minutes after take-off, the plane crashes into the ocean and of the eight passengers and three crew, only Scott and the Batemans' small son, JJ, are left alive.
The extraordinary nature of their survival, combined with the fact that David Bateman was CEO of a populist TV news channel, means that Scott will not be returning to anonymity.
Along with the orphaned boy, he is engulfed by a maelstrom of speculation, which soon overtakes the official investigation into the tragedy. Who else was on the plane? Was there a bomb, a missile? Who is Scott Burroughs?
As the chapters drive towards their heart-stopping conclusion, weaving with ever-increasing suspense between the shocking aftermath of the crash and the intimate backstory of each of the passengers and crew members, Noah Hawley creates a searching, thrilling novel of love, fame, wealth, art, entertainment and power.
Alongside his literary credentials, Noah Hawley can add screenwriter, producer and director to his list of talents, having worked on a number of hit television series including the award-winning Fargo. He began his writing career with the thriller A Conspiracy of Tall Men but is best known for his novel about the aftermath of an assassination, The Good Father.


Verfasser: Suche nach diesem Verfasser Hawley, Noah (Verfasser)
Verfasserangabe: Noah Hawley
Jahr: 2017
Verlag: London, Hodder
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Systematik: Suche nach dieser Systematik Zoa, englisch
Interessenkreis: Suche nach diesem Interessenskreis Englisch, Liebe, Familie, Spannung
ISBN: 978-1-444-77977-6
Beschreibung: 390 Seiten
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