Yesterday's Flight is a thought-catching time travel novel written by first-time English author, Martyn Ellington. Yesterday's Flight is a superb read with cleverly-written twist of events and takes the reader on an unexpected journey. When a Dinosaur fossil is unearthed in the Badlands of America the last thing Susan Lavey expected to see as the cause of death was the tail section of an airliner. Now together with Bruce Ackland, a chief air crash investigator, they must find out why and how this could have happened and what became of the passengers on board. William Relford was flying to yet another meeting, but this time it was to hand in his notice; he had worked in sales for as long as he liked to remember and now was the time for a change. But destiny has a way of changing things in ways we can't imagine, and now it was about to bring them all together in a race for the truth and for one of them: their very survival!
About the Author
Martyn Ellington was born and raised in the north east of England where he still lives with his three children. He left school at 16 and worked in both the motor industry and financial services before taking a two year sabbatical to be with his children in 2008.
It was then he wrote his first novella 'Yesterday's Flight' which has been compared very favourably to Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park by Booklore. The title had also gained interest from an LA film company and he is currently in pre-production of an audio book version. Martyn's second title 'The Harvesting' received another great review from Booklore and customers alike with one such review thanking the fact it is only fiction and not real. The Harvesting has also enjoyed success on the Kindle platform and Martyn has developed a screenplay based on the story, he is currently looking for a production company to pick up the project. His next novella 'The Werewolf of Camera 4' is a story based on the increasingly popular format of TV shows such as Destination Truth and is set in Wales (UK). It tells the story of the legend of a large werewolf which is said to stalk the area around Denbigh, this his third book has received further high praise from readers with one review saying 'I had to read this story in the day'.
He has now finished his fourth book a novel called 'When the world ended' this is now available on both formats and contains many twists and turns and some deeply disturbing glimpses of the choices we may have to face if everything came to an end. His next project is a new book which is in the early stages of writing and should be available around November 2014. The title 'The Dying Man' promises to be a change from Martyn's usual action led books, rather it will be more of a physiological story and for the most part will only involve two characters.
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