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Outstanding book, great detail, great story.
Peter Stekel inserts himself into the storytelling on almost every page, making for interruptions and author introspection that do little but detract from the book.
The story of the missing Beech 18 and the discovery of Mustonen's body captured the interest of the experienced Sierra hiker, Peter Stekel.
My husband loved this book, found it interesting and well written. .Published 1 month ago by KBinBoston
Great story, well researched. A captivating and intriguing true mystery story which will enthrall anyone interested in the causes of plane crashesPublished 5 months ago by Ms j Gordon-Jones
Good detective work, you get to understand what the crew went thru.I really enjoyed the book. Definitely worth reading. Enjoy!Published 8 months ago by Barry McCloskey
This is a well documented and well written book. I look forward to a documentary that I understand may be under development in Chicago.Published 10 months ago by Amazon customer
This gripping, absolutely fascinating book starts with the discovery, in 2005, of airplane wreckage in the High Sierras, the so-called Frozen Airman. Read morePublished 11 months ago by lindapanzo
Outstanding book, great detail, great story. It is unbelievable that so many of our heroes died while in training during WWII. Great book Mr. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Badbob52
I know! I know! A story about two mountaineers climbing above Mendel Glacier and finding the mummified remains of a man in a WW II uniform, entombed in the ice should be a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jeffrey N. Fritz
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves airplanes or the Sierra Nevada.The research into mountain weather and the training of young airmen in WW II is thoroughly done.Published 16 months ago by Diane Ellis
This story grabbed me right from the beginning. A WWII training flight goes missing with several crew members in 1942. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Beccaboney