A new female manager of an airline at Logan airport has to deal with unions, threats, and many secrets.
This book reminded me in part of Airframe by Michael Crichton (yes there is one book of his I liked) with unions running wild and airplanes being involved. It moves at quite a fast pace and brings into play areas of an airport that the average tourist never see. The villans are vile, the good guys good, the main character flawed yet likeable.
The action when it happens is well written and you never lose track of what is happening. With the descriptions of Logan Airport so well done, you can easily imagine what it must be like in the early hours of the morning, with the snow coming down.
I thought it was a very well written novel that kept my attention through the book. Very enjoyable.