The Ghosts of Hexley Airport is basically what the title says. A new security guard must deal with the night time visitors, who may or may not be there. You see, there was a tragic accident ten years ago.
Cross does really well with the amostphere of the story, and the characters, by and large, are belivable. The big reveal does work in an overall sense, but there are two characters that don't quite fully fit the reveal in all ways. Whether or not this was due to a typo, I'm not sure. If it isn't, this is one of those books where not everything is explained, but I like that.
The book is self published, but I only say two real typos.