On March 8th, 2014, Malaysian Flight 370 disappeared from the radars of air traffic controllers at an imaginary point in the South China Sea called IGARI. It then flew silently to the South Indian Ocean and crashed. Investigators know when and where but not much more. What happened at IGARI? This short book weaves a fictional plot around what little information officials know about the flight. There's a lot not known. Who had the capability? Why? How? Why were there two passengers on the plane with fake passports? Why did the plane take the path it took? Why couldn't search and rescue crews hear the signal? This realistic and intriguing story starts years ago in the Middle East. One country had a reason, the resources, and the will to try. This fascinating book makes the reader think. Where do the facts stop and the fiction begin?
Scott is a former pilot, engineer, and technology geek. He watched with the rest of the world in horror as the drama of MH-370 unfolded. He also watched as Sony Pictures was hacked. Scott wondered who, what, and how anyone could carry off such attacks. In his first book, he creates a scenario that is very plausible and very possible. The drama is top notch.