Zero Separation

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Oceanview Publishing, 2013 - Fiction - 312 pages
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"Donovan Nash has a secret he'll do anything to keep. But he's the prime suspect after someone steals a fifty million dollar executive jet, and FBI agent Veronica Montero put him squarely in the crosshairs. As she digs, she discovers Nash's secret--a revelation that, if made public, would stun the world. Operating on her own agenda, Montero blackmails Nash into helping her hunt down a man she wants dead. Powerless against the information Montero holds, Nash is forced into a situation far deadlier than either of them could ever have imagined. The man they are after isn't the criminal they expect, he's a terrorist with a plan to use the stolen jet to carry out an unthinkable and devastating act that could plunge America into the most heinous conflict sinceWorld War II. When Nash and Montero are taken prisoner aboard the stolen jet, they will have only one opportunity to execute a daring midair attempt to stop the attack. Success could cost them their own lives, but failure could cost millions of innocent lives."--Dust jacket.

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Review: Zero Separation (Donovan Nash #3)

User Review  - Trike - Goodreads

To be honest, I picked this up purely because it started with a Z. (I'm aiming to read two books from each letter of the alphabet this year.) The fact that it was a fun read was a bonus. The author is ... Read full review

Review: Zero Separation (Donovan Nash #3)

User Review  - Jan Mcclung-short - Goodreads

This is another Donovan Nash novel. That's a good thing. Donovan gets caught up in a scheme to steal large aircrafts. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Two passions have shaped Philip Donlay's life since he was a young man--flying and writing. His career as a professional pilot has taken him to 40 countries on five continents. His work as a novelist has produced three books--Category Five, Code Black and now, Zero Separation.

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