In flashback, we see what happened to Gregson during the three days before the accident. He conducted his last bombing flight over Germany, and was seduced by an actress named Sarah. He visited his fiancée (Chris' mother), who broke off their engagement; unknown to him she was pregnant with Chris.
To commemorate the airmen who died in the crash, Chris organizes a memorial stone in the Bedfordshire churchyard, and a church service. To his amazement, a surprise guest turns up: an Australian who was the one survivor.
In talking to local people who were involved in the accident, and to his father's former engineer, Chris comes to believe there were seven airmen on the plane, not six as previously believed. And when he locates Sarah, the actress who seduced his father 20 years earlier, she tells him something that plays havoc with the lives of his whole family.
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By Miss R L Kershaw on 01-02-16
What did you like most about Pilot Error?
I really enjoyed the story and thought the pace of the book worked really well
What was one of the most memorable moments of Pilot Error?
His exploits in Ireland
What aspect of Anthony Caprio’s performance might you have changed?
His accents were at times comical but I didn't mind it - In fact it kind of added to the experience a bit
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