Clive Cussler Author At last, an in-depth account that finally lays the Amelia Earhart
mystery to rest. Elgen and Marie Long lead us through the final flight
and prove conclusively that Earhart and Noonan simply missed Howland Island,
ran out of fuel, and set down in the sea. A must-read of a rock-solid
Author of Under a Wing The quiet expertise and painstaking intelligence of this book
are a tribute to all aviators and a real gift to aviation history.
Kevin O'Brien The Plain Dealer(Cleveland)
For those interested in learning all there is to know about Amelia Earhart's
final flight, [the Longs] have done a remarkably thorough job of pulling
Milton R. Shils The Philadelphia Inquirer May I suggest that you quickly find this book in your favorite
bookstore or library, sit in a comfortable chair and live through those
final days and last hours of Earhart's fateful flight? Only then can you
fully appreciate the remarkable research and writing of the Longs.
David R. Richards The Indianapolis Star Reading this book is like sinking into an adventure story. The
stakes are high and the two main characters are charismatic, brave and
charming. Anyone interested in aviation, or the power of women to inspire,
should read it and take note, despite its tragic ending.
Adam Woog The Seattle Times The most levelheaded and persuasive [book about Amelia Earhart's
disappearance] of all.
Earhart: The Mystery Solved This book has been published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., and may
be available at your bookstore or local library.