The gripping new World War II novel from the author of All My Tomorrows
Britain is at war and May Lynch loves the life she’s leading as a newly qualified pilot and poster girl for the Air Transport Auxiliary. But with this attention comes jealousy, and she is now under a cloud of suspicion for a missing ring. She is ordered to make one last delivery of a bomber to an airfield on the south coast before she has to face a tribunal. But she’s attacked by enemy fighter planes and crash-lands near Cliffehaven. She is taken to hospital, unconscious and badly injured. Devastated and feeling very alone, she must come to terms with not only her disabling injury, but the lingering cloud of doubt concerning her honesty. As May slowly recovers, with the help of Peggy Reilly and her family at the Beach View Boarding house, she is determined to clear her name and return to the job she loves with a passion. . .
|Publisher:||Random House UK|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 1.70(d)|
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading Ellie Dean's novels. They were so interesting, really well written, can't wait until we have more to read. My only wish was that they were numbered as a sequel, would have been a lot easier to choose which one to read next.
Dont think lady pilots quite accurate but they arent mentioned much now either but a friend has a granddaughter commericial pilot on third maternity leave