Here's an idea for a chapter -- maybe even a whole book: regional airline pilot is underpaid and overworked! There's a switch on his overhead console that hardly anyone knows about, called the "Ref" switch! You turn it on if you suspect there will be a danger of icing on your plane! If you do, it'll start the stick-shaker warning earlier than normal, indicating a stall!
The pilot turns it on, but then the plane accumulates too much ice and the stick shaker warning goes off! But instead of pushing the stick forward to pull out of a stall, he pulls it back! Furthermore, his co-pilot reduces flaps, which gives the plane less lift!
The plane does not land properly -- at all! The only things walking from the plane to the terminal are the woodlice who've been shaken out of their nests 12 feet beneath the ground!
Turns out the pilots were underpaid -- and overworked! There -- isn't that a book? Would you like me to write such a book? Oh, it's been done? By the National Transportation Safety Board? Okay, I guess someone else already wrote my book.
Okay, I'll have to come up with another idea. Feel free to step in. Maybe a book about a little girl writing a diary during the Holocaust . . . naah, no one would buy it. Toooo depressing.