BIGGLES FLIES TO WORK
by W.E. Johns
Published by Dean & Son Ltd.. 1963
Very good condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper. Some unusual cases of Biggles & his air Police. Blue/green boards, black title to spine. 184 pages.
Boards clean. Light browning to page edges. '2/6' written in ink to top corner of front endpaper. Cigarette odour present. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly rubbed to top of spine.
Stock no. 1813776
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- The Air Police is a new Force. When crime took to the air, as was bound to happen, only men with air experience could hope to cope with it; for the new criminals, amateurs perhaps, were also airmen,
- The possibilities covered a wide field, Smuggling, currency running, illegal entry into the country, drug carrying and the like. The old fashioned methods of law-breaking, understood by the regular police were no longer employed. It was a matter of new times, new ways.
- The man entrusted to deal with this problem, by forming an efficient flying squad in the literal sense of the word was war-time ace pilot ex-squadron Leader James Bigglesworth, D.S.O., D.F.C., known to his friend as Biggles.