The Last Hostage

The Last Hostage

John J. Nance / Aug 24, 2019

The Last Hostage An FBI hostage negotiator confronts a commercial pilot who has hijacked his own plane in this spellbinding thriller from New York Times bestselling author John J Nance Airline pilot Ken Wolfe does not

  • Title: The Last Hostage
  • Author: John J. Nance
  • ISBN: 9781504027960
  • Page: 155
  • Format: ebook
  • An FBI hostage negotiator confronts a commercial pilot who has hijacked his own plane in this spellbinding thriller from New York Times bestselling author John J Nance Airline pilot Ken Wolfe does not rattle easily But when he learns that Rudolph Bostich is on his flight, his face goes pale Bostich, the presumptive nominee for US Attorney General, bungled the case againAn FBI hostage negotiator confronts a commercial pilot who has hijacked his own plane in this spellbinding thriller from New York Times bestselling author John J Nance Airline pilot Ken Wolfe does not rattle easily But when he learns that Rudolph Bostich is on his flight, his face goes pale Bostich, the presumptive nominee for US Attorney General, bungled the case against the man who kidnapped and killed Wolfe s daughter The pilot is prepared to do whatever it takes to get revenge even setting off a bomb on a plane full of passengers FBI agent, psychologist, and rookie hostage negotiator Kat Bronsky now has one hundred and thirty lives riding on her every word As Bronsky speaks with the volatile Wolfe, she realizes she must solve the mystery of an eleven year old girl s murder in a matter of hours to avert disaster.

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        John J Nance is an American pilot, aviation safety expert, and author He served in the USAF during the Vietnam War and also as a Lt Colonel in Operation Desert Storm.


    607 Comments

    1. A fast-paced thriller that's well-written. The characters have some depth and I liked the way John Nance revealed all of the information about the various crimes a little at a time. What I didn't like was the ending, although I had a feeling while I read it would end the way it did. Maybe it's just me, but I don't like any novel that depicts a criminal as a hero even though that seems to be the way it is even in real life today.


    2. For some reason I really like to read about airplane disasters and John J. Nance is an author whose books end up in my "to keep" collection. This one is no exception to that rule. It introduces the reader to Kat Bronksy, an FBI agent who is a rookie negotiator and a psychologist. Called in to help defuse what appears to be a plane hijacking, she quickly discovers there is more the the hijacking than what seems obvious and that the hijacker may have well founded reasons for his actions. The situa [...]


    3. With nothing left to lose, a pilot ends up holding his passengers and crew hostage in a quest to reach the truth concerning the kidnapping, sexual abuse, and murder of his young daughter. But when the truth is finally revealed, it is anything but what he was expecting.Edge of your seat tension that is well paced and well written! What a great read!


    4. Great thriller about a pilot who hijacks his own plane and investigates a murder mystery. The entire story takes place in just a few hours, the reading of which makes it feel like real time is elapsing. The author deftly paces the plot with narrative and dialogue.



    5. This is only the second John Nance book I’ve read. Although it wasn’t as good as the other one, it was still a great, enjoyable, exciting thrill ride.The previous Nance book I read was ‘Pandora’s Clock’ which was one of the most intense, riveting novels I’ve read in recent years. Although ‘The Last Hostage’ can’t match that one, it is darn good in its own right.The story moves along with many twists and turns. It’s enjoyable, exciting and very entertaining. I’d give this a [...]


    6. De gijzelaarHoog boven de Rocky Mountains wordt een Boeing 737 gekaapt door de piloot. Zijn enige eis is dat een loslopende moordenaar wordt gevonden, gearresteerd en aangeklaagd binnen 24 uur! Kat Bronsky is een van de eerste vrouwelijke FBI-onderhandelaars. Hoewel vers van de opleiding weet zij door te dringen tot de labiele gezagvoerder. Maar naarmate Kat meer hoort over de aanleiding tot diens zenuwinzinking, nemen haar twijfels toe. Wie is de dader en wie het slachtoffer? Eén ding is zeker [...]


    7. Ok, I'll admit it. I'm just a slut for any John Nance novel. I can't help it. The Last Hostage is his third. All three suck me in from word one. Last Sunday morning I opened up The Last Hostage. I barely ate or drank until the final word. I was afraid that if I put the book down even to get something to drink, one of my favorite characters would get killed while I was gone. It's sick, I know. An ordinary commercial flight was getting ready to take off from Colorado Springs. The pilot, a season v [...]


    8. I completed this John J. Nance thriller. In this one, the airplane danger is that the captain of an airliner has hijacked his own plan in order to force a confession, an arrest, and a further investigation.This one was not on par with some of Nance's other thrillers. It had some good moments and was quite readable, but pretty much follows the formula of an airplane in trouble and the scrambling back and forth to deal with a hijacker flying from place to place. I'll continue to read Nance's books [...]


    9. This is a breathtaking, action packed, fasting moving thriller! The suspense of the story line is never ending, one cannot want to read the story as fast as possible in order to see in anyone surives. The sheer suspensefulness of this story makes it one of Nance's best works and probably a good technothriller as well. Few authors can match the sheer pace of this book. Though it hss flaws, this is only a thriller and exceeds at doing what is it supposed to do. Provide a more simplistic plot line [...]


    10. I really enjoyed this book. I received a copy from my father-in-law. I had the book for several months before I opened the cover. Once I started reading I could not put the book down. I read most of it in one day, which says a lot because I read about as fast as a 3rd grader reading Shakespeare. The Last Hostage is a gripping tale of a pilot who, for reasons you need to learn for yourself, hijacks his own plane full of passengers. I do recommend this, but you might have a hard time finding it. I [...]


    11. I mentioned this book to an SW Airline, retried Air Force, who flew F117 Stealth Bombers, (with a big head to go with it) and he scoffed at the idea of such a plot. I gave him the book and that was the last I saw of it. He changed his tune and confirmed this could happen. I told you so. It is a great read and set in the Rocky Mountains where I have a lot of flight time as a helicopter pilot. I think he passed this book around to many SW pilots.


    12. This is an airplane suspense story which my husband read and thought I might like. It was good for the genre, but I'm not too much into suspense, and it had too much child abuse description. I definitely wanted to keep reading to see how it all would end, and the setting was in very familiar Colorado and Utah area.


    13. the story is about a greaving father who sought his own justice after never getting closure for his daughter's rape and death by a internet stalker. the rapist/murderer goes free on an "TECHNICALITY". the story twists and turns as the captain wolfe tries to right the wrong that has been done bit too long but still interesting till the end. really liked it a good book to get lost in


    14. This book was not only very predictable. It was cheesy and pushed the boundaries of credibility until it had me shaking my head and wondering what the author was thinking. In a post-9/11 world, the evens that unfolded in this book simply would not have happened and if they did, the end would not have been possible


    15. This book was ok. Nothing spectacular or especially suspenseful. My major problem with the book comes from the fact that I am a prosecutor and know a thing or two about how the legal system works - and the system doesn't work as described in the book!


    16. Admittedly, I'm a fan of Nances' work, and this one is no exception. I like his attention to detail, and his protagonist here is a real firecracker agent. The background child abuse story, while required for the narrative, is not for all tastes, though.


    17. Fairly ordinary story of a hijacking, but oddly enough it held my interest. No. I dont feel like reading more by this author but if you're looking for an easy read to distract you whilst in hospital, or on board a plane, this could be it.


    18. As it turns out, this book is less about an airline hijacking and more about a good old crime drama taking place under extreme conditions. A very good read and I was surprised to find myself choked up at the end of it.


    19. This book was excellent. This book had a novel plot and it kept me guessing as to what the plot twist was going to be. This was my first venture into the world of airline thrillers and I was not disappointed. Loved the story, loved the characters. Can't wait to read another of Nance's books.


    20. The book had believable characters. The action started right away. It was an easy read. All of this sounds great; However, I came away from it feeling dirty. The wrong that needed corrected was child pornography. Just writing that bothers me.


    21. Very suspenseful read! I was hook while reading the first few pages of this book. I loved all the twists and turns involved.


    22. A good twisting high flying thriller, suspend a bit of belief and enjoy it. Easy to read and I just kept on reading. High 5 John


    23. For a quick, easy to read, keep your attention story, this is great! I found myself trying to predict the outcome, but i was WRONG!



    24. Even though it has been less than 2 years since I read this book, I can't recall it. I have read other books by Mr. Nance and enjoyed them in the past.


    25. Good plot-driven book, started out being unique I think. But I was uncomfortable near the end b/c there was a background story of child abuse


    26. Pre 911 Aircraft hijacked by pilot who daughter was kidnapped, raped, and killed.Took me awhile to get into the slowly emerging story until the appearance of the corporate lawyer on page 82.




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