Melissa Yi: Death Flight


Melissa Yi Death Flight

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Just a sneak peak into Autumn and no better book than this new one by Melissa Yi. It’s number six in the Dr. Hope Sze medical crime novel series.

Dr. Hope Sze flies from Montreal to Los Angeles to see Dr. John Tucker, one of the two men she is in love with. He’s recovering from major surgery in the city of angles.

But Tucker is at the airport waiting to fly to Montreal to see Sze. They are on the phone when she hears a woman scream in the background and Tucker hangs up. Suffering from PTSD, Sze is in a panic on her way to the airport fearing the worst.

The situation gets sorted more or less, but it’s quite a mix of passengers that end up on the plane to Montreal. Including Gideon the service dog whose presence makes a man Sze calls Mr. Money, go ape-shit crazy. You are in for quite a flight folks as it’s non-stop action all the way back to Canada.

If you are a regular reader, you will recall that I have written about Yi’s books before: Human Remains and Stockholm Syndrome. There’s good reason, her work is solid and her love of two men seems very real and entirely poignant.

Available today!

~ June Lorraine

 

 

 

 

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5 comments

  1. Thanks for the sneak peek, June!
    I’m honoured that you fit me into your schedule, and touched that you can feel Hope’s love for her two men while her world is almost literally burning.

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  2. Thanks June, this looks like a winner.

    Wendy

    Sent from my iPad

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