BLACK BOX. Inside The World's Worst Air Crashes.
A state-of-the-art Airbus simply vanishes somewhere over the Atlantic A Concorde goes down in a fireball seconds after take-off 583 people die when two 747s collide on a fog-bound runway A rogue passenger shoots his boss and then the pilots at 30,000ft over the USA, killing everyone aboard A tired and confused crew fly their jet straight into a mountain A flock of swans at 6,000ft brings down a United Airlines flight over New Jersey
In the air, disaster strikes in many ways and at unexpected moments and when it does there is often no escape.
Black Box is a masterful re-telling of the worst disasters in aviation history.
Nicholas Faith is a highly-respected writer who has worked for The Sunday Times, The Economist and The Financial Times