Celeste Three Is Missing

The world’s first earth-orbit passenger plane, the sensational Celeste Three, takes off from its base in
Arizona, also the only place where it is designed land. On a routine flight the craft disappears.

On board is Viktor Karenkov, billionaire oil magnate who has used his wealth to evade prosecution
for a murder he committed years earlier. Gregory Topozian, the murdered man’s friend, has been
waiting for a chance to bring Karenkov to justice. With dogged determination and considerable
ingenuity, he conceives an audacious plan.

Getting the craft down in total secrecy is key. And someone has to pay the huge costs involved.

Purchase Links:
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Author Bio –
After ten happy years of retirement in rural France, Chris Calder is back in England. He came late to
writing novels, penning his first whilst incarcerated in a French hospital following cancer surgery. At
the time he spoke little French. Unable to communicate effectively with the staff, he spent his time
fleshing out his first novel. Five more have followed; light thrillers leavened with humour. Best of all,
the cancer is now history.
Chris knows that readers of fiction expect to be diverted and entertained. He loves feedback and
believes passionately that taking on board readers’ views improves what what he does. You can
email him at chris@chriscalder.com. Go on, he’d love to hear from you.
Social Media Links –
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My Thoughts

This book was pretty good with lots of nice little plot pieces that really show a fleshed out thought and ideas.

I liked the fact that it was different. It showed a lot of creativity by the author and allowed for so much that could have happened or did happen.

I really think that this author has a style that really lends itself to a good story. I do think that there is some confusion in the story which dulled the enjoyment a bit.

One thought on “Celeste Three is Missing”

  1. Thank you, Sean for a clear, incisive review. As one who has lots of Life Experience (I’m old!), maybe I can be forgiven for being confused sometimes, though I confess that I don’t know what part of the narrative you meant. Could be I’m a tad too confused to see it?

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