LOCKERBIE. While justice may have been done in the eyes of the law, to so many others it has not been carried out. I guess that we were pawns then, in the beginning. We're still pawns in the struggle between the influence and interference of the United States. I always imagine watching a scene through the lens of a camera with everything in the background faded out and only one man's face in focus. As the shadowy figures behind him slip away, Al Megrahi was left to face the music. If I had the ability to be a lyricist then I am convinced that some of the words I would attach to the music would be: 'Oh, what a web of deceit we weave'. Pan-Am Flight 103-Lockerbie: An international cover-up, or an air disaster? You decide. A combination of memoir and critical study, The Truth Never Dies is the definitive work on the Lockerbie Bombing of 1988. Author of this in-depth and carefully researched assessment of the tragedy, Booth was the owner of Lockerbie House Hotel at the time and was confronted daily with the developments in the ensuing investigation. By examining the evidence and investigating its validity, this comprehensive and eyewitness account of one of the United Kingdom's greatest terrorist attacks and its aftermath leads the author to one conclusion. Justice has not been served.