A thriller based upon a historical event that happened in Canada in 1959.
The Avro Arrow proved itself in the test flights of the first 5 aircraft.
Why was it that the 6th aircraft never got off the ground?
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The Canadian Military have a secret. Itís a
secret that destroyed the Avro Arrow, one of
the most advanced aircraft ever designed. Itís
a secret necessary to National Defense. Itís a
secret in danger of getting out.
Duprel Oil and Gas have a secret. Itís a secret
worth billions of dollars annually. Itís a secret
they have killed to protect. Itís a secret in
danger of getting out.
Jean-Val Fincoeur takes on a contract for
Duprel. He learns something that will lose him
any further business and might just lose him
Patrice Fincham learns why working for Duprel
cost Shawna Klenco her life and quickly
realizes that she might end up paying the
Where do you do when a multi-billion dollar
corporation is out to silence you and your
government is on THEIR side?†
(Excerpted from the Prolog)
A soldier picked up a miniature grandfather clock. He looked around to be sure nobody was watching him as he began to carry it from the office to an area where he could safely retrieve it later. He stepped on an empty envelope that had hurriedly been ripped open and left on the floor. The envelope had the word JACK scrawled on it in some forgotten secretary's handwriting. The soldier's foot slipped on the paper and the unwound springs and mechanism activated as the clock was jarred. It chimed six times, seemingly in memory of the six, finished, test aircraft that never saw service in Canadian skies.