Still haunted by unanswered questions and overwhelmed by her loss Huggins is convinced the FBI covered-up the truth. Ten years later Huggins arrives on scene following a mid-air collision over GEMNI – a skyway intersection over Lake Erie.
Already suspicious of the FBI Huggins immediately sees a cover-up taking shape. When the air traffic controller involved turns out to be a federally protected witness Huggins senses a connection between his wife’s crash and the GEMNI crash. Now more than ever he is hell-bent on exposing the truth even if that means losing his life which seems likely as he draws into a face-to-face showdown with one of the most powerful groups of men in the world.
Huggins soon realizes more merged over GEMNI than just two airplanes.
William David has 25 years of service with the Federal Aviation Administration where he leads people in the Air Traffic Organization who operate and maintain the most complex aviation system in the world -- the National Airspace System. He began his aviation career in the United States Navy while pursuing a degree in Professional Aeronautics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
In addition to traveling the world's oceans onboard aircraft carriers while he served in the Navy William taught at the Navy's Air Traffic Control School for five years. In his spare time he enjoys running writing walking his dogs and brewing beer with friends. On Sundays in the fall you can find him in Cleveland Browns Stadium cheering loudly for the Browns. William grew up in San Antonio FL – a small town thirty miles northeast of Tampa. He now resides in the Capitol Hill area of Washington D.C. Crossing GEMNI is his first novel.