BIGGLES TAKES A HAND
by W.E. Johns
Illustrated by Stead
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 1st. 1963
Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Red boards, black title to spine. B/w illustrations.
Spine a little bumped. Front joint a little cracked. A little fingering otherwise contents are very good. Dustwrapper is edge worn with a few small tears. Spine a little faded. Rear panel grubby. Faint blue line to verso of wrapper.
Stock no. 1405106
Located at: Rose's Books, Hay-on-Wye
- Biggles receives an anonymous letter asking him to go to the Adlon Restaurant in Bank Street Kensington at quarter to one precisely and sit at table number two. There he would be joined by someone who will give him information.
- "You can't come to much harm in Kensington" said Bertie. But the anonymous letter sets Biggles off on the trail of three murders in a thrilling story of espionage which takes him and he Air Police to West Berlin.