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The FBI believes a Muslim terrorist is behind the explosion of an airliner in the thrilling mystery novel Gate 76 by Andrew Diamond. While waiting to board a plane in the San Francisco airport, Freddy Ferguson, a private investigator, notices a woman being covertly man-handled onto a Hawaiian flight. As soon as her aggressor leaves, Freddy watches her exit the gate. Interested, he follows her as she boards another flight. Later, he finds the Hawaiian flight has exploded in mid-air, and there are no survivors; except for the curious young woman that Freddy spied leaving the gate. His boss is working with the FBI to find the perpetrator and places Freddy in charge of the passenger list. Being the only one who knows the woman is alive, Freddy starts his own investigation. Someone wants this mysterious woman dead, and Freddy is going to find out why, even if it kills him.
Andrew Diamond's new detective novel Gate 76 is an exciting, action-packed whodunit. Told in the first person, Freddy Ferguson, the protagonist, narrates the story in the notable noir fashion. Even though Freddy Ferguson is similar to the legendary personages of Phillip Marlow and Sam Spade, this unforgettable hard-boiled crime fiction is far superior. Freddy's character may be a complicated man who is tough as nails, but he has the distinction of actually caring about others and doesn't find his nerve in the bottom of a bottle. This book is a phenomenal mystery novel with dynamic characters and a gripping and intricate plot. Those who are fans of crime and mystery genres will find this book a worthwhile read.