About

Dana Griffin has been flying professionally for over thirty years, the last twenty for a major U.S. airline. Right up with his love of flying, is his passion for books.

The four he has written, The Cover-Up, Coerced, Calamity, and Blamed are stand-alone airline thrillers. But, the reader would enjoy seeing how the two main characters grow and should read them in the order listed here.

You can find his books here.

He lives in Kentucky with his wife, and two four legged children some people call dogs. When not flying, writing, or chasing after his grandchildren, he and his wife love to travel in their fifth wheel camper, hike, or remodel homes.

11 thoughts on “About

  1. desertbookshelf

    Dana,

    I went through your site looking for how to purchase Coerced, but couldn’t find a link. Had to go to Amazon and search you down. That’s all fine and good, however, I recommend you get a couple of action buttons in place to make it easy for people to purchase. Don’t make them work for it. Make it very visible. Right under the cover pics and at the end of the sample chapter would be good places.

    Just trying to be helpful.

    James Paddock

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    1. danagriffin Post author

      Thank you for your comments. I recently changed website providers and am still working on this one. Your comment was very helpful. Also, thank you for your interest in Coerced. If you read it, I hope you enjoy it.

      Dana

      Reply
  2. James Paddock

    Sorry about the double comment on the Review. My app crashed the first time and I didn’t think it went, so I did it again. You’re welcome to delete one of them if you wish.

    James

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  3. Ryan

    Really enjoy the cover art! I’d like to contact them to possibly get some work done. Would you be able to let me know who did it? Thanks!

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  4. Arthur Gusoff

    I am a non-Pilot Aviation enthusiast. I’ve read The Cover Up and now reading Coerced. I very much enjoy your books.

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  5. Ted

    Reading blamed and enjoying it so far. Great set up with the deeper initial dive into a character than in the other novels, which I also enjoyed. I’m 30% in and you are doing a great build with the plotline and bad guy development, faa, which I like more than how sully made ntsb out to be a black hat group.

    Would be happy to share thoughts on legal process too (sphere would pay legal defense, or insurer would, as well as really small ntsb process bits) if would help. So far only bits to pick in what is an engaging story.

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    1. Dana Griffin Post author

      Hi, I’m sorry it has taken so long to comment. Thank you. I appreciate what you said. I’m currently working on another airliner accident and might take you up on your offer. I take it you’re an attorney? Send me your email address to: dgriffin97@msn.com and I’ll write with my questions.

      Thanks again for the comment.

      Dana Griffin

      Reply

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