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Tri Con Airlines has nine thousand pilots and they need more. When Tri Con hires eight new pilots and assigns them to a pilot class, they find the ground school and flight simulator challenge more than expected. The class is a mix of former military pilots and civilians with varying experience, including a former female flight attendant. Who can survive The Pilot Class and meet the challenge of flying the line as a Tri Con first officer. Personal relationships, a married flight attendant with an abusive husband, a major airline accident, and the federal government are all obstacles that stand in the way of The Pilot Class.

Shadow Flight

America’s security may depend on a young flight instructor from rural south Texas. Kyle Bennett’s charter flight disappears without a trace, along with a female student and the charter passenger. The mysterious disappearance cannot be solved despite the best efforts of the Civil Air Patrol, the Coast Guard and the FAA.

An independent aviation consultant is hired to assist and her investigation merges with that of the DEA and Tri Con Airline’s security department, who are battling the flow of drugs into the US from Mexico. When a Tri Con captain, Bud Gibson, and one of the airline’s mechanics, Matt Pierce, go missing, it’s suspected that more than drug smuggling is involved.

A conspiracy to complete the 9-11 attack is underway and the terrorist are sure that they can defeat all of America’s security measures. Only Kyle, Bud and Matt stand in their way. 

Shadow Flight may be purchased from BluewaterPress (discount price) or Amazon. For personalized, signed copies e-mail the author at harrisonbooks@numail.org ($15.95 plus 2.75 shipping).

Equal Time Point


“There has never been an open ocean ditching by an air carrier aircraft.” These are the words that haunt Captain Charlie Wells when he realizes that his jumbo jet has a problem over the Atlantic. As the flight approaches the Equal Time Point, and is the most distant from land, Captain Wells and his crew of pilots and flight attendants struggle to avoid making history. A small U.S. Navy ship may be the only hope for the two hundred and eight souls on board if the worst case scenario occurs. None of the passengers or crew  could know that a disgruntled airline mechanic has sentenced them to a night of terror. Airline personnel, the FAA and the FBI try to solve the mystery of Tri Con Flight Eleven.

            Ride along in the cockpit with the pilots and walk the cabin aisles with the flight attendants as their routine international flight becomes a nightmare that will require all their training to survive. After reading Equal Time Point, frequent flyers and first time passengers alike, will find themselves studying the emergency procedure card in the seatback before their next flight.

Equal Time Point is available on Amazon, Kindle, B&N and other booksellers. For personalized signed copies e-mail order to harrisonbooks@numail.org   Credit cards are accepted ($15.95 + 2.50 shipping)


  1. I really like the Shadow Flight cover. Who designed it?

    • I’m glad you like it. The cover art was designed by Hannah Lumme Jones, a very talented and creative photographer and design artist. I was very fortunate to have her work on the project.

  2. Harrison, good job on the website. Well done! And thanks for linking me and I will link to you tomorrow.


  3. Love the cover photo Harrison. Looking forward to reading the book. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    • Thank you so much. I sincerely appreciate your comments.

  4. The airport on the cover of Shadow Flight looks familiar to me, which airport is it?

    • Hi Patrick, the airport on the cover of Shadow Flight is Falcon Field in Peachtree City, Georgia. The 767 photo was taken on short final at KATL. Hannah Lumme Jones combined the photos to design the cover. Thanks for dropping by the blog.

  5. True. You have obviously done your research. I will continue to follow.

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  7. When will you have the 4th book out hope there are more to come as a airline mechanic I love your series of books

    • Thanks for commenting, Todd, and thank you for making airplanes and passengers safe. Without maintenance airplanes don’t fly. Another book is in the conceptual stage and down the road a bit. Sometimes life gets in the way of my writing, but I’m working on it. All the best to you and yours.

      • Thanks for kind words , I understand abut things getting in way but looking forward to your next book when it’s out. I work international airplanes 767 777 787 and in past md11 and dc 10

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