Patten, bleeding and disoriented, is deposited at the ER by police, who saw him driving erratically and running stop signs. The sight of blood didn't bother him before, but now he sees an ER patient cut across the face with a chainsaw bleeding profusely, and he runs retching to the men's room. What's wrong? Why has the flight instructor at Gulf Shores Aviation started falling apart? Sure, a death anniversary is approaching. Yet there were worsening problems before, for the last few years. He seeks help. He begins to understand his troubling dreams. But then he is overwhelmed by a strong and alarming attraction to Carley--a beautiful, albeit (unhappily) married, flight student with problems of her own that she entered flight training to solve--that seriously challenges his withdrawal into the heretofore safe but empty and sterile fortress now collapsing around him. Will heA[aAnA]can heA[aAnA]will sheA[aAnA]can sheA[aAnA]find a time in the sun?Upon returning to the airport launch area, he descended to seventy feet and slowed until the stall warning light flashed red: he wanted to land the banner softly to prevent damage. Pulling the tow release lever, the airplane surged forward asanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Time in the Sun|
|Author||:||James E. Crowder|
|Publisher||:||James Crowder - 2008-06-01|