Mr Bartlett has taken over the mantle of the late, great MacArthur Job, as an aviation writer of undoubted excellence. His book covers many, many accidents, both well known and obscure, in just the right amount of detail to remain fascinating.
The only negative thing I can say is that he seems to have a great disrespect for Captain Sullenburger. Often deriding Sully's piloting skills whenever the opportunity arises.
And TWA 841 was a 727, not a 737, an accidental typo no doubt, as was a quote on the same page dated 1971 instead of 1979.