Black Box

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Whitaker House, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Flight attendant Dorothy Chandler wasn't looking forward to the long trip from Hong Kong to New Delhi, especially after flight 027 was delayed for three hours. She had no idea that things were only about to get worse. When bad weather and a series of developments force the plane to crash-land, Dorothy and six others struggle for survival in the mountains of cental Asia. But some of the passengers in the group have a hidden agenda as they search for the plane's black box. Caught in a web of deceit, Dorothy will fight for her life...and the life inside her.

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
15
Section 3
22
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About the author (2004)

Larry Jones is the founder and president of Feed The Children, an interdenominational nonprofit organization providing aid and assistance to children and families in need. Larry and his wife, Frances, started the organization 24 years ago. Today, Feed The Children is the 28th largest charity in the country. Born in 1940, Larry Jones grew up in Kentucky and later attended Oklahoma City University for his bachelor of arts degree and Phillips Seminary in Enid, Oklahoma, for his bachelor of divinity degree. Over the years Larry Jones has received national and international recognition for his service to others, including the H. J. Heimlich Humanitarian Award for relief efforts throughout the world in 2000, the Humanitarian Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews in 1995, Oklahoman of the Year in 1994, the National Caring Award in 1993, ABC News Person of the Week in 1990, plus Humanitarian Commendations from Armenia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iran, and Lebanon. Additionally, Larry Jones is the author of numerous books, including "How to Bend without Breaking," "How to Make It to Friday," "The 15-Second Secret," and "Lifes Interruptions, Gods Opportunities.

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