Surviving Flight 295

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In this heart-wrenching and heart-warming story of survival, Dominique Luck was just eight years old when her mother and baby sister were killed when the flight SA 295 plunged into the Indian Ocean off Mauritius in November 1987.

Author: Dominique Luck and Joanne Lillie

Language: English

Publisher: Jacana Media

Year of Publishing: 2014

Country of Publication: South Africa

Edition: 1

Jacket: Paperback

No. of Pages: 240

Genre: Biography & Memoir

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Availability: Available

New or Used: New

Condition: Very good

SKU/ISBN: 978-1-4314-0936-5 Category:
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About the Book

In this heart-wrenching and heart-warming story of survival, Dominique Luck was just eight years old when her mother and baby sister were killed when the flight SA 295 plunged into the Indian Ocean off Mauritius in November 1987. There were no survivors except for those loved ones left behind: daughters and sons of the ill-fated passengers, who struggled to rebuild shattered lives and come to terms with their losses, the mystery and controversy.

About the Author

Dominique Luck, nee Ackermann, lives in Cape Town with her husband and her two sons. After various roles in the fashion industry, she now works as a personal shopper and wardrobe consultant. Joanne Lillie is an award-winning freelance journalist and communications consultant based in Cape Town. Over the last 15 years she has written and edited for a variety of consumer and custom magazines, websites and newspapers.