Palamedes PR has been appointed to spearhead a UK publicity campaign for ‘Goodnight Malaysian 370’, an in-depth study into the disappearance of Flight 370.
The book contains exclusive interviews with friends and family of those on board, and posits extraordinary, and hard-hitting, theories about what really happened in the skies above the Indian Ocean.
Co-authors Ewan Wilson, an aviation expert and former CEO of Kiwi Airlines, and Geoff Taylor, deputy editor of the New Zealand daily Waikato Times, present a detailed analysis of the flight and, of the first time, insight into who they believe was responsible for the deaths of 239 innocent people.
The pair appointed Palamedes PR, the UK market leader in book PR, on account of its expertise in non-fiction PR.
Mr Wilson said: “Goodnight Malaysian 370 is the first book to critically examine the events leading up to, and during, the disappearance of Flight 370 in March this year. We have instructed Palamedes PR to support our marketing objectives, and look forward to working with them.”
Jon Kirk, the managing director of Palamedes PR, added: “Though disturbing in places, Goodnight Malaysian 370 reveals, for the first time, what may have really happened on that fateful day. We look forward to working with its co-authors in order that their exhaustive, expert research is brought to the fore.”
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