It got so boring I nearly gave up on the book.
A CD with supportive evidence is included with the book I find the theory presented by Mr. Gillespie as a very plausible explanation of Earhart's disappearance.
I have been reading all I can find about Amelia and this book has some great technical information in it.
What a good read. Makes me want to read more about Amelia. She was such a daredevilPublished 1 month ago by Judith H. Staszesky
I have been interested in the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan for quite some time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Troy Baker
Finding Amelia is a fascinating account of Amelia's final flight. It is well written, and although there is quite a bit of technical jargon Mr. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert Ansley
It's not hard to tell whether a book about some famous event is trying to
determine what actually happened, or trying to sell the reader a bill of goods,
with rather... Read more
Nikumaroro Island (formerly Gardner Island) is the last place Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan landed, lived, and died. This book (and accompanying disk) tells us why.Published 7 months ago by JRep
This book gives by far the most accurate and complete record of what actually happened in 1936-37 leading up to the loss of Amelia and Fred when they failed to arrive at Howland... Read morePublished 7 months ago by pilotart
Between Elgin Long and Ric Gillespie I think Mr. Long's theory about Miss Earhart's disappearance is more plausible but the thing is, Gillespie could be right. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Harry Pandolfino
I buy this book for my Sister.. She love this book so much.
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