Wild Justice - Section 1: Pages 1 - 36 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 1: Pages 1 - 36 Summary

Wild Justice by Wilbur Smith is an explosive story that deals with an issue of worldwide concern. A British Airways flight departs from Mauritius, unaware that four well armed terrorists are on board. As soon as they are airborne, one of the girls in this group opens a coco-de-mer to reveal the concussive grenades inside. She takes one, removes the pin, and walks into the galley. When the staff requests she return to her seat, she shows them her hand and insists to be taken to flight control. Ingrid is in control within moments of her entry, knowing which circuits need to be turned off, where the emergency signals are and how to disarm them. Four hundred and one passengers are still unaware of their predicament.

Peter Stride is the General in charge of one of the three branches...

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