Aviation Fiction Books
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Peter Talbert Books in chronological order, left to right
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A Royal World Airways airliner flying from Sydney to London has been hijacked and the pilots have to land in freezing fog. A disaster ensues and it looks as if the pilots have made a mistake under pressure but Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, is not convinced. He has to fly twice to Australia to find the answer from the airline and from an attractive airline lady.
A Bermuda Triangle Mystery. An aircraft carrying priceless paintings disappears going from St Antony to Bermuda. Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, with an athletic female art expert who thinks it is all too convenient, try to fathom what has happened.
An aviation story of deceit and disaster. Two aircraft manufacturers fight it out in the Philippines and Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, is nearly killed twice trying to establish why a demonstration aircraft crashes.
A twin engined airliner on a routine flight to St Antony from London has to ditch just short of the airfield. Peter Talbert, an aviation insurance expert, tries to work out why the aircraft crashed, helped by one of the two surviving cabin attendants. They gets involved with drug running and the girl is kidnapped. He finally works out what happened much to the relief of the insurance company.
Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, travels to Hong Kong, New York and California trying to solve two landing accidents in fog. He also gets asked to help to discover how the secrets of the latest visual landing aid was leaked to a competitor and is nearly killed on the way. He loses his pregnant partner in an Australian bush fire just as he is short listed to run the new UK Safety Board.
Aircraft accidents luckily are extremely rare but analysis of the accidents that do occur show that they occur predominantly during landing and take-off . The other issues covered in the book are the latest visual landing systems and the organisation of UK accident investigation and comparison between the USA and the UK systems not to forget the ever present interference from the EU on national governments!
An Royal Australian Air Force aircraft crashes in the Torres Strait under mysterious circumstances. Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, gets involved and discovers that the governments of the United States, Australia and UK are all hiding things from each other.
This book deals with the very real problems of tracking hostile underwater submarines. It also anticipates the arrival of long distance robot submarines which will be very difficult to detect and destroy.
A Royal World Airliner disappears in the Indian Ocean approaching Australia. Peter Talbert, aviation insurance expert, gets involved with the accident investigators of Australia and UK , the Royal Australian Air Force, the Chinese air attache in London not to mention the alluring Mary French.
The book is right up to date dealing with current issues of locating crashed aircraft under water with twin Crash Recorders, multi satellite internet/phone systems with coded transmissions, over the horizon radars, ISIS and Government terrorism, unmanned aircraft and even re-organises the UK accident investigation facilities to bring them in line with USA and Australian safety organisations.
All books © Anthony Blackman
Published by Blackman Associates