'You're out last hope, Bigglesworth, ' said the Air Commodore, with something like despair in his voice. The war supply route between Calcutta and China is a vital one but something is attacking the planes that fly it. Again and again pilots set off, only to disappear somewhere along the line, never to be seen again. When Biggles and his team are called in to investigatem, flying the route is close to a suicide mission . . .In the cabin, Squadron Leader Bigglesworth, more commonly known to his friends (and, perhaps his enemies) as a#39;Biggles, a#39; ... Other reasons put forward were superb flying, straight shooting, and close co-operationawhich is another way of ... a#39;Therea#39;s another brass-hat*4 in that cutter coming out from station head- quarters.
|Title||:||Biggles in the Orient|
|Author||:||W E Johns|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-03-31|