Author(s): Ken Dornstein
On December 22, 1988, David Dornstein died in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie in Scotland. He left behind a younger brother, Ken, desperate to understand his death, and pick up the pieces of what he left behind. But far from being a simple rescue mission, Ken's quest became a labour of love, an obsession, and an emotional journey to much stranger places than he ever could have imagined ! A heartrending, profoundly moving memoir with the narrative pull of a detective story. 'What an expressive range Dornstein has! Humour, absurdity, bathos, drama, tragedy, excitement -- he combines them all in this shocking, complex and profoundly thoughtful study of loss and survival' Alexander Masters (author of "Stuart: A Life Backwards") 'Mesmerising'"New York Times"'Fascinating'"Esquire"