||Djinn - by James Christie (fiction - 1055 pages, 587,000 words)
An American airliner is hijacked over the mid-Atlantic by six terrorists dressed as priests and nuns. After exchanging the passengers for fuel, the aircraft files a flight plan for Tangiers but over Spain’s Sierra Nevada mountains it drops down to zero feet and deliberately crashes into the small village of Monteverdat, effectively wiping it off the face of the earth. Gareth Lambert, an insurance investigator with special talents, is brought in on the case and the first thing her learns is that the hijackers are not just dressed as priests and nuns, they are real priests and nuns – and The Vatican knows all about them!
© James Christie – Mage Publishing
DETAILS ISBN: 9780952710905
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