BIGGLES SEES IT THROUGH
by W.E. Johns
Illustrated by Alfred Sindall
Published by Oxford University Press; Geoffrey Cumberlege. 1951
Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Green cloth with dark brown title to spine. B/w illustrations. 254 pages.
Minimal wear to spine and corners. One hinge cracked. Some light browning to endpapers. Foxing, mainly to endpapers, prelims and page edges. Dustwrapper is edge worn, torn and chipped. Tape repairs to tears on verso. Also slightly grubby.
Stock no. 1505314
Located at: Rose's Books, Hay-on-Wye
- The war in Finland finds Biggles and his companions members of the International Squadron which goes out to assist the Finns. By chance he learns of the existence of certain papers, hidden near the Finnish border, relating to the discoveries of a Polish inventor, which would be of the greatest value to any government.
- Biggles retrieves them but only after a series of exasperating mischances that brought him nearer despair than he had ever been in the whole of his adventurous career.