In The Dragon, the Eagle, and the Disappearance of Flight MH370, Kelly Rostam, ex-airline pilot cum private detective, is contacted by a strange request to prove that a Malaysian Chinese had nothing to do with the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. To prove a negative seems unusual to Rostam, who refuses to take the case. Nevertheless, a red flag has been raised and Rostams innate curiosity coupled with his knowledge about the planes operation cause him to dig deeper and draw the attention of the American CIA.
The gripping novel is loosely based on the facts and discoveries made by Michael La Vasani as he investigated the gaps in the media reports and press releases which have often been Contradictory. It deals with evidence of a vast cover-up by the Chinese government to disguise the real reason lives were sacrificed on that vanished flight.
About the Author
Michael La Vasani has 4 decades of experience in flying commercial aircraft. He knows firsthand about despotic regimes after flying the Shah out of Iran and returning to face imprisonment and torture at the hands of the Iranian Guard. After escaping Iran, he migrated to the U.S. where he was able to pick up on his pilot expertise. He currently resides in Nagasaki, Japan.
James Hamilton is a retired teacher who has written three other novels and several biographies, including one about the early life of Michael La Vasani growing up in Iran and a Buddhist monastery in Tibet.