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The Lady In The Spitfire
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The Lady In The Spitfire

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by Helena P Schrader
 
Returning from his first combat mission over Germany with a damaged B-17 and a wounded tail gunner, Lt. Jay Baronowsky of the US Eighth Air Force is forced to divert due to weather. In heavy cloud he nearly collides with an RAF bomber. On landing, he is shocked to discover that a woman piloted the RAF aircraft. However, he soon finds himself fascinated by the

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Returning from his first combat mission over Germany with a damaged B-17 and a wounded tail gunner, Lt. Jay Baronowsky of the US Eighth Air Force is forced to divert due to weather. In heavy cloud he nearly collides with an RAF bomber. On landing, he is shocked to discover that a woman piloted the RAF aircraft. However, he soon finds himself fascinated by the attractive and highly professional woman pilot. The Englishwoman is a sharp contrast to his American fiancée, who seems to have no understanding for what he is going through. Jay makes every effort to meet the English woman pilot, Emily, socially.

Emily resists Jay's attentions. She has not yet recovered from the loss of her RAF pilot husband, Robin, who has been posted missing. In fact, she is not yet willing to admit that he is dead. But there seems to be no harm in having dinner with Jay or showing him a bit of the country. One thing leads inevitably to another, and Emily soon discovers that she likes Jay very much indeed. But should she risk getting involved with another pilot flying against Germany?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595401512
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/20/2006
Pages:
324
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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The Lady in the Spitfire 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A delightful book that is difficult to put down. You are drawn into the story as a friendly observer who knows the various people very well. The story is ancient but modern as today. War- life's accelarating force that makes all human needs, hopes, fears, love, dispair and adventure operate at a high speed. Mix in accurate historical information, aerial drama, real people with real emotions and feelings that readers can relate to and the result is an enjoyable book for everyone.