Other Books by Don Ledger
The following three books are avaiable from bookstores or from amazon or directly from the publishers.
by Don Ledger
SWISSAIR DOWN CHRONICLES THE CRASH OF SWISSAIR FLIGHT 111 OFF NOVA SCOTIA ON SEPTEMBER 2, 1998 FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE FLIGHT TO THE CRASH, TO THE PRELIMINARY REPORTS OF WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED THAT NIGHT AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LAST SIX MINUTES OF THE FLIGHT.
Chapters, Coles, Indigo
Historic Properties, Water Street, Halifax, N.S.
Maritime UFO Files is a compendium of 140 UFO cases from military, police and RCMP documents from the Canadian Maritime Provinces (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island & New Brunswick) and Newfoundland and Labrador. It also includes some cases personally investigated by the author-including a chapter exclusivley dedicated to the Shag Harbour Incident. Read about incidents involving automobiles being chased by UFOs, one of which was nearly a head on collision (see Discovery ca's documentary on this case-Spring 2015). Airplane encounters, militay radar contacts and curiously shaped bjects unknown by conventional aircraft pundits.
This book was a direct result of the authors re-investigation of the now world famous Shag Harbour UFO Incident which resulted in the book by myself and Chris Styles titled Dark Object. Microfilmed documents pertaining to the Shag harbour Incident also revealed some 8,000 (now nearly 10,000) UFO cases in the Canadian Government files extending back to 1947.
This is a great book for those who research the UFO phenomenon and who are looking for a good read, perhaps in a tent or camper while vacationing in the easter Canadian provinces or late at night at any time.
WHERE LIES THE DRAGON QUEEN
Novelist, freelance writer and private pilot Gray Bonner-while flying his single engine Cessna 172-survives a crash in Labrador a week before Christmas. When it appears that he will not be rescued he fights to survive over the ensuing months. Bonner is surrounded by mountains, threatened by snow storms, freezing temperatures and hunger. But then his struggle is suddenly overshadowed by a mystery that he stumbles across near the edge of a lonely, frozen and desolate lake in Canada's north. It is a mystery he can solve only if he can get back to civilization. Now, late in a cold and cruel winter Bonner is not the only creature that is hungry and facing starvation. Bonner ponders the circumstances that dropped him into this mystery. It appears that his chances of survival and rescue depends on himself. He must explore all options open to him to save himself in his steadily weakening state.
Then a new threat arises.
Riding the Fire
A biography of David McCulloch - A pioneer in Business Aviation