Mass Murder In The Sky: The Bombing of Flight 629 is the new historical true crime short by award winning, bestselling author R. Barri Flowers. It is a 7,063 word piece on one of the most shocking crimes in U.S. history as mass killer Jack Gilbert Graham sends his mother on a plane with a deadly Christmas present that will take the lives of everyone on board. The truth is much scarier than fiction!
MASS MURDER IN THE SKY: The Bombing of Flight 629 is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
“Top true crime author and criminologist R. Barri Flowers provides his keen insight and expertise.” –Gary C. King, author of DRIVEN TO KILL.
“R. Barri Flowers always relates an engrossing story in a hard-hitting and fast-paced manner.” –Robert Scott, author of SHATTERED INNOCENCE.
“R. Barri Flowers has done a tremendous job, and if you are looking for a true crime read this book should not be missed.” –RAWSISTAZ.com on THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS
“Incredible story and a very, very good read.” — Dan Zupansky, host of True Murder on Blog Talk Radio on THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS
“Would appeal to public library true crime buffs.” Booklist on MURDERS IN THE UNITED STATES
“The vivid details of police procedure one would expect from an author who is also a top criminologist. A terrific read!” — Douglas Preston, Bestselling Author and Co-creator of the PENDERGAST series of novels on MURDER IN MAUI
R. Barri Flowers is the award winning, bestselling author of true crime and criminology books as well as mystery and thriller fiction. His true crime books include THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS and MURDERS IN THE UNITED STATES. Fiction titles include DARK STREETS OF WHITECHAPEL, MURDER IN MAUI, KILLER IN THE WOODS, STATE’S EVIDENCE, JUSTICE SERVED, and GHOST GIRL IN SHADOW BAY. Follow or connect with the author on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, CrimeSpace, MySpace, Goodreads, and www.rbarriflowers.com
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