The Heathrow Affair
London aircraft engineering apprentice John Woods has the job of his dreams, is married to his childhood sweetheart and thinks life is pretty good. Everything changes when his wife Sandra announces she’s leaving him for another man. Worse, she also advises him she’s pregnant and the child may not be his.It turns out the other man is First Officer Richard King, a dashing pilot employed by the same international airline John works for at Heathrow Airport.When John is blamed for a mid-air incident that has catastrophic consequences for one of the airline’s aircraft and for its co-pilot in particular, he and Sandra are reunited in a way neither could ever have imagined.But all is not what it seems in this aviation love triangle…

The Heathrow Affair Details

TitleThe Heathrow Affair
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseAug 31st, 2019
PublisherSterling Gate Books
Rating
GenreMystery, Romance, Thriller, Mystery Thriller, European Literature, British Literature, Crime, Romantic Suspense

The Heathrow Affair Review

  • Grady
    January 1, 1970
    ‘Don’t force the issue…let her tell me on her own time’New Zealand novelist and screenwriter Lance Morcan is a former journalist and newspaper editor with well over twenty published books to his credit. He regularly writes in collaboration with his son James Morcan, an actor, writer, podcast host and producer who resides in Sydney, Australia. Together they have published many books as a team – thrillers, action adventure, historical fiction, and non-fiction – and now, a fine romance, with some t ‘Don’t force the issue…let her tell me on her own time’New Zealand novelist and screenwriter Lance Morcan is a former journalist and newspaper editor with well over twenty published books to his credit. He regularly writes in collaboration with his son James Morcan, an actor, writer, podcast host and producer who resides in Sydney, Australia. Together they have published many books as a team – thrillers, action adventure, historical fiction, and non-fiction – and now, a fine romance, with some thrills included!The Morcans make their novel very contemporary in feeling and content as the opening suggests: ‘The evening of July 25th was an evening young East Ender John Woods would never forget. It was the end of London’s hottest day ever when the temperature hit an all-time high of 37.9 Celsius, and Britain, like the rest of Europe, sweltered in a heatwave like no other on record. It was also the evening John’s beautiful Cambridge-born wife and childhood sweetheart Sandra announced she was pregnant. That wasn’t the only surprise in store for him, however…’ And with that degree of immediacy of conditions and seeds for intrigue, the novel sets flight on an immensely entertaining romance adventure!The authors have provided a terse and succinct synopsis- ‘London aircraft engineering apprentice John Woods has the job of his dreams, is married to his childhood sweetheart and thinks life is pretty good. Everything changes when his wife Sandra announces she’s leaving him for another man. Worse, she also advises him she’s pregnant and the child may not be his. It turns out the other man is First Officer Richard King, a dashing pilot employed by the same international airline John works for at Heathrow Airport. When John is blamed for a mid-air incident that has catastrophic consequences for one of the airline’s aircraft and for its co-pilot in particular, he and Sandra are reunited in a way neither could ever have imagined. But all is not what it seems in this aviation love triangle…’The novel is short, an exciting two-hour read, and provides a fine diversion for an evening away form the clutter of the world. Lance and James prove they can write romantic novels very well indeed. Recommended.
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  • Sheri
    January 1, 1970
    The Heathrow Affair by Lance MorcanJohn an aircraft engineer is married to Sandra. She tells him she is leaving him for another man, also she is pregnant, and not sure who the Father is. The other man is Richard, a Pilot who works with John. Things get worse for John when an accident occurs, and he becomes the number one suspect.The story is original, moves at a fast pace with romance, psychologically charged and intense moments. John and Sandra's situation is believable. What happens next is he The Heathrow Affair by Lance MorcanJohn an aircraft engineer is married to Sandra. She tells him she is leaving him for another man, also she is pregnant, and not sure who the Father is. The other man is Richard, a Pilot who works with John. Things get worse for John when an accident occurs, and he becomes the number one suspect.The story is original, moves at a fast pace with romance, psychologically charged and intense moments. John and Sandra's situation is believable. What happens next is heart-pounding. With twists, turns, thrills and suspense, I was hooked from the first page up until the end. I highly recommend The Heathrow Affair to all.
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  • Todd Simpson
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliant, I loved it. This was one of those stories that I was only planning on reading a few pages to have a bit of a break, and two hours later I’d completed it. It really intrigued me, and I just had to find out what was going to happen. The thing I like the most is the story took a turn that I wasn’t expecting, and it certainly hit me between the eyes!!John Woods life was pretty good. He had a job that he enjoyed and a smoking hot wife that he loved. Even though John didn’t think he was goo Brilliant, I loved it. This was one of those stories that I was only planning on reading a few pages to have a bit of a break, and two hours later I’d completed it. It really intrigued me, and I just had to find out what was going to happen. The thing I like the most is the story took a turn that I wasn’t expecting, and it certainly hit me between the eyes!!John Woods life was pretty good. He had a job that he enjoyed and a smoking hot wife that he loved. Even though John didn’t think he was good enough for his wife Sandra, and often thought he was out of her league he made sure he did everything he could to keep her happy. It also helped that they worked for the same company, and even though Sandra was in the office and John was out in the hangers with the aircraft, they were never too far from apart. Unfortunately, John had no idea that Sandra wasn’t as content as he was in their relationship, and he might be in for a shock. Lance and James Morcan have entertained me with so many of their incredible stories, and this one was no exception, I really enjoyed it. Easily worth the 5/5 Star Rating.Verified Purchase Amazon Australia
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  • Sterling Gate Books
    January 1, 1970
    NB: This is a review from the publisher
  • Pam
    January 1, 1970
    The Heathrow Affair is a novelette by Lance and James Morcan. The novelette is set in England at Heathrow airport. It is an intriguing mystery with a unique twist or two. The Heathrow Affair was fun to read and easy to read in one sitting. It left the reader wanting to know what was next.
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