I’ve been asked a lot of questions lately about some missing hero, Hugh, I think his name was. I don’t know anything about no missing hero, but something crazy did happen the other day! There I was, minding my own business, doing some research on the Japanese internment camp in Montana. I’ve heard some reports about murders and matches, so I was investigating there. A small plane flew overhead while I was there and almost crash-landed nearby! The guy who got out of it was huge! I’ve never seen a man so large; one could almost mistake him for a bear!
Wait, is that who you’re looking for? Oh! Well, he got back in the plane and took off again. I don’t have any idea of where he went after that, but Sandy Barela might have some more information! You can see what she has to say about Hugh’s whereabouts here!
More About the Book
In 1923, there aren’t many pilots, but Willie Labeau didn’t let that stop… her.
A bear of a man, Hugh Taylor, needs a stunt plane pilot, and despite their rocky introduction, Willie sets off for golden California and a new life as his pilot. There’s just one little thing she has to do in addition to flying.
Leave his past alone. Period.
When the flame of her own curiosity becomes fanned by encouragement from Willie’s sister, the feisty pilot can’t help but do just a little investigating.
And Hugh vanishes.
Friends rally around her, and with all the information she can find in hand, Willie sets off to rescue Hugh and battle the evil family holding him hostage.
A fierce air race, a sincere act of humility—are they enough to free Hugh and give Willie a chance to be with him… forever?
Find out in this next book in the Ever After Mysteries, combining beloved fairy tales and mysteries. When the Pilot Falls offers a retelling of “East of the Sun, West of the Moon” that will keep you gripped to the edge of your seat as you watch hearts soar and daring dos.