14. “Airframe,” Michael Crichton

I don’t know if I had read this before. It is after the later fashion of Crichton’s work (think “Next”), where a few days are broken down to four hundred pages. This one follows a VP for an airplaine manufacturer trying desperately to prove that her plane is not to blame for a commercial airline crash.

Intrigue, of course, follows.

Page count: 393

Page total: 3,540

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