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Skyjack: The Hunt for D. B. Cooper by Geoffrey Gray
In Skyjack, journalist Geoffrey Gray explores the history, myths, rumors, suspects, and law enforcement personnel involved in the only unsolved skyjacking in American history. In November, 1971, a passenger named Dan Cooper claimed to have a bomb on a Northwest Orient flight. He exchanged passengers for $200,000 in cash and a couple parachutes, then bailed out in mid-flight and was never heard from again. Gray himself becomes obsessed with the case, even getting the first look at the FBI files in the case. In some ways, the people involved with the case in one way or the other are as interesting as the mystery left behind by D. B. Cooper. Skyjack has received positive reviews with the USA Today saying, "Gray weaves a fascinating tale about one of the 20th century's greatest unsolved mysteries. It's a page turner, despite the fact D. B. Cooper remains elusive right up to the end."