By Elizabeth Hunter
New 2012 paperback variation. “No mystery remains hidden forever.” A mobilephone name from an previous good friend units Dr. Giovanni Vecchio again at the direction of a secret he’d deserted years sooner than. He by no means anticipated a tender librarian may possibly carry the main to the quest, nor may well he have anticipated the risk she may allure. Now he and Beatrice De Novo will keep on with a twisted maze that leads from the documents of a college library, throughout the fires of Renaissance Florence, and towards a disagreement they by no means can have expected. A Hidden Fire is a mystical mystery/romance for grownup readers. It is the 1st ebook within the Elemental Mysteries sequence.
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What happened in this case will never be known and the fate of Star Tiger must remain an unsolved mystery. The mystery of the Star Tiger was compounded in a stunning way just one year later. On January 17, 1949, her sister airliner Star Ariel inexplicably vanished south of Bermuda. She had just taken off from Bermuda on a fine early morning, carrying nineteen crew and passengers, bound for Kingston, Jamaica. About an hour later her captain, John C. M. hours. M. hours. I am flying in good visibility at 18,000 ft.
Iberia Flight 976, flying north of San Juan, intercepted the message and replied: Station calling one two one five Mayday, Mayday, Iberia nine seven six, go ahead. Ercoupe 4-15D N3808H: Ah, we are going from Santo Domingo to, ah, San Juan International but we found, ah, a weird object in our course that made us change course about three different times. We got it right now in front of us at 1 o’clock. Our heading is zero seven zero degrees . . our altitude is one thousand six hundred at zero seven zero degrees.
After successful contact with San Juan, it headed northwest to its destination of Miami. M. at Miami, Robert Linquist, the DC-3’s pilot, was overheard reporting himself just 50 miles south of Miami—in terms of time just beginning his approach. The flight was on schedule. The weather was perfect, without any complications whatsoever. Nevertheless, the large airliner, with all its passengers and crew, was never seen again. No explosions were reported—the usual cause of sudden loss. A thorough search even included the Everglades, because the flight’s approach to Miami was over shallow, transparent water.