The Dark

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The Dark

Copyright © Tom Kane 2020

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Tom Kane Cyprus July 2020

The Dark Copyright © Tom Kane 2020

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Synopsis

Jack Shepherd has been accused of several killings in Oregon. A family of five are found slaughtered and Shepherd had been living with the family.

Shepherd is traced to London where he is arrested by the metropolitan police.

Shepherd is escorted back to Oregon, on a commercial flight, by a US Air Marshall.

During the flight over the arctic circle the aircraft is diverted due to bad weather.

Shepherd requests a toilet visit and is released from handcuffs while the air marshall waits at the toilet door.

An explosion in one of the aircraft engines sends the plane into a dive.

The plane crashes far from its original flight path.

The survivors, including Shepherd struggle against bad weather conditions in order to survive.

One by one, the survivors disappear and Shepherd is prime suspect.

Thriller

Copyright © Tom Kane 2020

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