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Author:
Craig Thomas
ISBN13:
978-0061003974
ISBN:
0061003972
Language:
Publisher:
Harpercollins (March 1, 1992)
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Subcategory:
Action & Adventure
ePub file:
1101 kb
Fb2 file:
1269 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
744

Rat Trap Mass Market Paperback – March, 1996. This is the first novel written by British author Craig Thomas. Though he didn't become a best-seller unitl his second novel, Firefox, his debut novel is worth a look.

Rat Trap Mass Market Paperback – March, 1996. by. Craig Thomas (Author). It's his shortest and most low-scaled book, but that's not to say it's a bad thing; I get the feeling Craig was just streching his arms when writting this. For his first outing, Craig sets the plot around a plane hijacking. The group of hijackers, woking for a certain "Mr. J", demand that a Middle Eastern terrorist be released from custody to ensure the safety of the passengers onboard the plane.

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Craig Thomas was born in Cardiff, England in 1942, and was educated at Cardiff High School and University College, Cardiff. After completing his MA on Thomas Hardy, he went into teaching. Throughout his eleven years teaching English, Thomas longed to go into writing. At first he began to write only occasionally, producing a number of scripts for radio and TV, all of which were rejected.

Thomas became an English Teacher, working in various grammar schools in the West Midl David Craig Owen Thomas was a Welsh author of thrillers, most notably the Mitchell Gant series

A hair-trigger thriller of shattering suspense with an exciting new cover. Thomas became an English Teacher, working in various grammar schools in the West Midl David Craig Owen Thomas was a Welsh author of thrillers, most notably the Mitchell Gant series. The son of the Western Mail rugby union writer, JBG Thomas, Craig was educated at Cardiff High School. He graduated from University College, Cardiff in 1967, obtaining his . after completing a thesis on Thomas Hardy.

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Finally touching down at Heathrow after a near-fatal mid-air malfunction, a damaged British Airways 707 becomes the target of armed terrorists.

This is surely the best action adventure book I've ever read in my life. It is filled with action, and there is never a dull part in the entire story.

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Craig Thomas gained his MA at University College, Cardiff in 1967. He is the author of 17 bestselling novels

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Finally touching down at Heathrow after a near-fatal mid-air malfunction, a damaged British Airways 707 becomes the target of armed terrorists. By the author of Firefox, The Last Raven, and The Hooded Crow. Reprint.
  • This is the first novel written by British author Craig Thomas. Though he didn't become a best-seller unitl his second novel, Firefox, his debut novel is worth a look. It's his shortest and most low-scaled book, but that's not to say it's a bad thing; I get the feeling Craig was just streching his arms when writting this.

    For his first outing, Craig sets the plot around a plane hijacking. The group of hijackers, woking for a certain "Mr. J", demand that a Middle Eastern terrorist be released from custody to ensure the safety of the passengers onboard the plane. Unfortunately, the terrorist escapes while being taken to the London airport, where the hijacked plane awaits his arrival, and a massive man-hunt is put out to find him running around rural England. A lot of the book is told through the eyes of the terrorist on the run, and Craig does it very well. Hilary Latymer, who makes one other appearance in Craig's third book, Wolfsbane, is also present, and Craig's most long-running character, Kenneth Aubrey, only gets a mention towards the end of the book.

    A good first novel from Craig and though he'd go on to write bigger and more epic stories, this is a nice little book that fans would enjoy. Even with this first book his unique writting style is evident of which no other author can match. Although, I'd recommend reading his later book, Wolfsbane, before this one, since that book is set before the events of which this novel relates.

  • The first novel by Craig Thomas. Since there have been several novels about aeroplane hijaks already, this seems merely a cash-in attempt. For better Craig THomas, read Firefox or Sea Leopard. The only merits this book has are its authenitc Glaoucestershire locations. Crap, really. Mr Thomas has done much better, but I suppose this was good for its time.

  • This is surely the best action adventure book I've ever read in my life. It is filled with action, and there is never a dull part in the entire story. If there were a rating for eight stars, this would get nine!