The second book of the trilogy carries on where the first book finished, the end of the F-16 flight. Because of what Henry did he is respected by everybody at Misawa Air Base.
He finds the perfect site to start the renovation of world war two aircraft. He gets it up and running with help from a member of parliament from the local area. The renovations start and the team find more aircraft than Henry thought they would. More staff are needed and where possible they are employed from the local area. Things are going very well at Chalgrove, and all staff are very happy and feel lucky they work for Henry James.
Henry takes Annika around the world so he can introduce her to all his friends.
Randolph sells the Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration company and makes Henry a very, very rich man. Because of this, Henry has to write a new will, he again talks to a member of parliament and gets all the things he wants. He feels his life is getting better every day. This sale allows Annika to get on and build a fantastic school for the local children in Nicaragua.
Henry's redhead gets married and after the wedding, Annika learns all about Victoria and understands why Henry does not, kiss and tell.
Henry manages to purchase three military aircraft with help from the White House.
Almost all Henry's friends now work for him and he is very pleased he has been able to make a better life for his friends. Randolph points out to Henry that he now needs protection for Annika. Felix finds two fantastic ladies to look after Annika, and they try hard to become very good friends as that would be easier for all of them. The last friend to come and work for Henry is Joe who looks on Henry as a son.
Henry speaks to the Dean at Oxford University and gets the students to design a new satellite, roof panels to generate electricity and storage batteries for one of his other companies.
Victoria gets a surprise and is very happy. Because the Malö 36 now lives on Lake Nicaragua, Henry purchases a new Malö 41 which will stay in Belize so they can sail around the Caribbean whenever they feel like it.
He finds a German camera builder and goes to see him where he explains that he is having satellites built and what they are for. He sets up a protection team to cover all the friends that work for him. He shows just what he is prepared to do if you harm one of his friends. The team do what they have to do to make everybody safe.
All the new businesses he starts, are to help friends and local people. He is a kind and considerate man and is loved by everybody that works for him. Henry makes friends in high places and he is helped by many of those friends over the books. The restoration of aircraft goes very well, with more and more being found and renovated.
The Medical Centre is finished and they receive their first MOD casualties.
Sir John is in hospital and he is close to death, and he wants to speak to Henry. After Sir John has passed away, Henry leaves the hospital and heads back to Bank Underground station on his way to the Penthouse.
He never gets to the underground station, he just goes missing.
A great ending that keeps the reader wanting more and sets up the story for the last book of the trilogy.