When author Tony Levy received his devastating cancer diagnosis, far from crumbling, he decided to write his second book, El Dorado? No! Heathrow. With his admirable background as a Prison Guard, followed by an even more challenging position in Airport Security, he was able to manifest an instinctive response to threats, and it was this that helped him turn a bad scenario into positive action. The British born author creates a literary storm with insider revelations, yet he modestly regards it as his job to expose only the truth to his ever-increasing audience of readers. Tony, who can tell many a tale about celebrity showdowns now resides in Spain with the love of his life, wife Jacinta. Although he’s living it up in the sun, his distinctive style continues to grip readers around the world, they are held captive by his shocking revelations. And once again, he doesn’t disappoint as he tells all about life inside Britain’s busiest airport, from flight statistics to embarrassing passenger stories, you will one minute reel in surprise, and the next rock with laughter.
As you read on you are drawn into the world of a busy airport the way passenger behave towards security staff is hilarious and sometimes amazingly rude, the staff and how the behave towards passenger and then into the final chapters where you read how management of one of the worlds busiest airports has to balance profit with security and their lack of compassion for their own staff.
The book is full of pathos and laughter and each page draws you into the next as each chapter does the same