Lieutenant John Smith (Smithers) is sent on a mission which he knows very little about. Flying at night, he must pick up an agent behind enemy lines and get them to safety. The less he knows, it seems, the better. Dangerous, but not impossible. But the task of transporting the agent takes on a twist that Smithers couldn’t foresee and dangers he didn’t expect.
Lieutenant John Smith was not a gentleman in the opinion of the pilots of 32 Squadron. He hadn’t attended public school and he was dashedly bad at cricket. But “Smithers” was going to prove his doubters wrong that day. Smithers Hits a Six is an anti-Biggles story for the modern reader. Like many real pilots he survives more on luck than judgement in the dangerous skies of the Western Front.
In the sixteenth book in the Wallace Boys series, Nigel and Bruce are aboard their yacht the Silver Spray cruising the Islands of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. Out of the blue, they are invited by Barry Jones (readers may remember him from earlier books) to help with a slight problem.
And this leads to the treacherous waters of the Southern Ocean - on the hunt for Nazi gold!
Real Life Accounts of Fighting in the Air from 1916 to the 21st Century.
This book looks at the heroic men (and more recently women) who have fought with the squadron over the years. It details their exploits in battle, their life with the squadron and in many cases their subsequent careers in the RAF.