Item description for The Innocent Never Knew by Mark Danielson...
When Senator Sam Tinsdale's plane crashes short of the runway during a city-wide power failure, NTSB investigator Bob Stambler is sent to Albuquerque to investigate. But when he arrives, he finds the site tampered with, evidence removed; he's threatened by men in snowsuits. When his boss issues a statement that the Cockpit Voice Recorder and Flight Data Recorder failed, Stambler smells a cover-up. Was Senator Tinsdale a victim of political assassination like Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown? Author and FedEx pilot Mark Danielson spins another yarn of murder and double-dealing in this fast-paced political conspiracy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.08" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.86 lbs.
Release Date Jun 25, 2004
Publisher Durban House
ISBN 1930754493 ISBN13 9781930754492
Reviews - What do customers think about The Innocent Never Knew?
Mark Danielson nails it! Jun 11, 2007
You are hooked by the second page and can't turn the rest of them fast enough. The "Innocent Never Knew" has it all ~ fast paced plot, political conspiracy, haunting relationships, victims, heros among killers, and you can't forget the dog! What more could you want...unless it is more books from this author? Intelligent without pretentiousness. Personal without fluff. This smart read is not only a must read, but a must add to your library!
Intense Dec 24, 2005
Exciting, exciting, and exciting. The authors ability to keep me turning pages was refreshing. I will read anything availble by this writer. It is a thin line between fiction & non-fiction. Perhaps there is no line? Excellent!!!!!
He does it again! Jul 29, 2004
Mark Danielson has injected us squarely into the thrill department yet again with his latest offering, The Innocent Never Knew! From the opening pages he manages to draw you into the web of a plausible conspiracy of truly chilling proportions. This once again is a book that can't be put down until the very last page is digested, and even then, the thought-provoking it engenders persists long after. He certainly raises some valid questions about potential real-world situations, and I hope he continues to parlay this persistence and ultimate search for truth into his upcoming works.
Conspiracy at the highest levels... May 11, 2004
Skilled, suspenseful writing at its best...Mark Danielson has taken government conspiracy to a new level. Insights and parallels to the Ron Brown crash propel this book...defining characters ~ those who will stop at nothing to get what they want and those who become victims, one way or another. From an insider's prospective, Danielson gives us the goods and delivers a heck of a story. Mesmerizing and fast, you're through it before you know it.
Total intrigue Apr 11, 2004
A bold, provocative read dealing with covert operations, government conspiracy, and political murder. Anyone following the mysterious 1996 death of Clinton's Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown will be mesmerized by this book. Highly recommended.