Buddy Birch's plan to impress a new girlfriend with his pilot skills turns into disaster because he chooses to ignore several FAA regulations. He causes a mid-air collision over the Colorado Rockies that puts their lives and the lives of others in mortal danger. One plane makes a crash landing and the other is lost in the mountains where a cougar attack and a forest fire add to the drama. This suspense-filled fiction novel also brings a strong safety message to all who fly about the need to heed the FARs in order to make the sky safer for everyone. Pilots will like it. Flight instructors should require their students to read it. "Baron five-one Kilo, Denver Center, go ahead, over." "Five-one Kilo just hit another airplane! We're badly damaged but still flying, The pilot is unconscious and we need some help fast, over." Matt suddenly realized it would be up to him to try to save their lives . . . . . . Like the cougar, the flames had selected their prey and were now carefully planning the best way to approach and attack. Who survives? Who doesn't? What if. . .? How will the actions of one rule breaker affect the lives of so many people?