The skies of Britain are bearing the brunt of the Second World War.
Cruising in his Hunter at forty thousand feet, fighter pilot Mike Jagger is in his element.
But when his friend Tommy Tyrrell suddenly flies like a lunatic and nearly kills himself Jagger needs to know why.
So does R.A.F command.
A lethal ray is being operated to take down pilots.
Jagger and Tyrell soon find themselves attached to the Air Ministry tasked with a dangerous mission: find this ray and destroy it
Jagger's Secret Challenge is an exhilarating Second World War fighter squadron story from the master of Aviation fiction, Richard Townshend Bickers
Richard Townshend Bickers is the author of many successful flying novels of the Second World War. Born in India and educated at St Paul's he volunteered for the RAF on the outbreak of war and served as a regular officer until 1957. He has lived in many countries, travelled all over the world, and speaks and writes nine European and four oriental languages. He has written several radio plays and features as well as articles and short stories. He values bravery, kindness, humour, good food and good wine.
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Used availability for Richard Townshend Bickers's Jagger's Secret Challenge
June 2016 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition