Between jobs at airports, Alex Shanahan finds herself investigating the death of a friend, someone who risked a lot for her. She finds herself in Florida on the tail of fake airplane parts but the trail is a lot more dangerous than it first seemed.
Following on from Hard Landing, Tarmac still uses the airline business as its background but focuses more on the investigation and discovery of clues. There are several twists along the way and misdirections that keep the reader trying to work out who is who etc, but the pace is just fast enough to keep the pages turning. It isn’t the slowest book but have a pace that seems work out OK for the reader.
An enjoyable book with an interesting subject.