Goodnight Malaysian 370 by Ewan Wilson

Goodnight Malaysian 370 by Ewan Wilson and Geoff Taylor

Goodnight Malaysian 370 is a book about flight MH370 and the possible cause of its disappearance along with the 239 lives aboard.

There are many different scenarios here, all the way up to the conclusion. All possible causes are exhausted and the final conclusion by authors is the best answer they can give based on evidence. Yet, it’s all still speculation due to the fact that they haven’t been able to locate the plane or black boxes, and have only recovered some wreckage.

This is a great book for all those interested in discovering the possible fate of flight MH370. It’s been 3 years and the plane still hasn’t been found. I hope that future searches will help the families to know what happened that day on March 8th, 2014.


“We dedicate this book to the 239 people who lost their lives on MH370 on March 8, 2014, on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. One of our purposes in writing the book was, in some small way to convey the human stories from the tragedy. We hope we have done this without adding upset to the terrible toll relatives and friends are already facing. Our other, more important task was to pursue the truth about what exactly happened. That is one small contribution we feel we can make to this whole terrible affair.”
Ewan Wilson

About the authors


Ewan Wilson was born in Timaru New Zealand , is married to Monique and they have twin girls.
Wilson trained as a commercial pilot is the former chief executive of Kiwi International Airlines and Norfolk Air and has qualification
as a transport safety investigator. Wilson is also an elected member of local government, a director on the Waikato District Health Board and a company director .
“Goodnight Malaysian 370” The Truth Behind The Loss of Flight 370 co-authored by Geoff Taylor is Wilson’s third book. He has also written “Help, My Plane’s on Fire” while his first book “Dogfight” became a New Zealand best seller.


Geoff Taylor is an author and artist and can be found at:


2 thoughts on “Goodnight Malaysian 370 by Ewan Wilson

  1. starjustin

    So sad, 239 lives gone, without even knowing why or where. I pray that some day the truth will be known so that the families and friends can have some type of closure to a dreadful nightmare.

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    1. It’s sad. I can’t believe that in all the searching there’s still no sign of the fuselage. I was hoping the ship they were using to scour the ocean floor last year would pick up something. Thank you for commenting.


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