'This best-selling novelist's own brilliant wartime record gives his narrative a nerve racking realism' - SOUVENIR In 1940, the airfield at Marshfield was home to the battered RAF 13 Squadron, an assortment of battle-hardened survivors and young, half-trained recruits, none of whom was more inept than Peter Maddox. Yet, time and again, Maddox achieved brilliant coups against all odds. Strange things began to happen. Where was the unseen dog that howled before operations, presaging death? Why did Maddox claim to have been guided to land in dense fog by a biplane of a type not seen at Marshfield since 1918? It seemed as if 13 Squadron was linked with invisible forces.
Used availability for David Beaty's The Ghosts of the Eighth Attack
August 1999 : UK Hardback
January 1998 : UK Hardback
September 1998 : UK Audio Cassette