WORRALS FLIES AGAIN
by W.E. Johns
Illustrated by Stead
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 1942
Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Joan Worralson, W.A.A.F., on a special mission - a dangerous, thrilling sortie into France... Blue cloth, black titles and vignette. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations. 189 pages.
Boards mottled. Minor foxing to prelims and text block. Pictorial dustwrapper is heavily creased with loss at corners and repaired to verso with tape. Cigarette odour present.
Stock no. 1813864
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- Worrals Flies Again is the third Worrals novel that W.E. Johns wrote, although the second to be published in book form. As Worrals now has a proven record of espionage work, she is summoned to meet Squadron Leader Marcus Yorke who is looking for a volunteer for a dangerous mission in enemy territory. The nature of the work means that Squadron Leader Yorke thinks a female is best suited for the task, although we are left in no doubt that he would prefer to use a man if possible! As normal in these stories Worralls argues successfully for the inclusion of her friend Betty Lovell, better known by her nickname 'Frecks'.
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