|Adam, Wg Cdr Ronald ("Blake") READINESS AT DAWN - the veil lifted from a fighter station's operations room.||£12.00|
|Gollancz 1st 1941; 144pp, 16 photos; nr fine, vg d/w.By ex-RFC Camel pilot in WW 2 ops rooms; characters imaginary, incidents based on fact.|
|Aldridge J. SIGNED WITH THEIR HONOUR -||£12.00|
|Michael Joseph 1942, 18x12 cms, 295pp; nr fine, vg d/w.Gladiators versus the Italians & Germans over Greece. Also - g-vg (without d/w) £7.50|
Archer, Henry & Edward Pine TO PERISH NEVER - Cassell 1st, 1954; 19 x 13cm, 188pp; near fine inc d/w.
|Fiction based on fact, by ex bomber pilot and intelligence officer who served in 5 Group - book combines their reflected experiences.|
Ayling, Keith R.A.F. - The story of a British fighter pilot. Holt USA 1st, 1941; 332pp, 21 photos of R.A.F. activities; vg.
|Written by ex-RFC pilot, based on the picture he saw of the RAF in early WW 2: Scarce.|
|Barnes, Derek Gilpin CLOUD COVER - Recollections of an Intelligence Officer.||£16.00|
|Rich & Cowan 1st, 1943; 176pp, reproductions of pictures by A.K.Lawrence; vg+. Author presentation copy dedicated and signed.Memories of many of the pilots the author knew.Other cheaper copies available.|
Bates H.E. FAIR STOOD THE WIND FOR FRANCE - M Joseph 1st, 1944; 19 x 13cm, 224pp; vg except text on one page rubbed.
|Finely written wartime novel by the famous author of the "Flying Officer X" books. Escape and evation in France.|
|Brennan D. NEVER SO YOUNG AGAIN -||£10.00|
|Allen & Unwin 1st, 1943; 19x13 cms, 242 pp ; vg (spinecloth sl faded) also another ( The Right Book Club, 1944); vg inc d/w. £12. Love story involving an American in RAF Bomber Command.|
Clapham, Walter NIGHT BE MY WITNESS - Cape 1st, 1952; 20 x 13cm, 285pp; fine, vg d/w.
|Volunteers in Bomber Command.|
Clark, Denis TAIL END CHARLIE - Lutterworth, 1946; 191pp; near fine, good vg.
|WW 2 career story of a Stirling tail gunner.|
|Cunningham A. TUMULT IN THE CLOUDS -||£8.00|
|Reter Davies 1st, 1953, 18x12 cms, 206pp; vg+ but spine faded.Based on articles written for RAF Quarterly, a story based around Malta & the Sicily campaign.|
|Deighton,Len GOODBYE MICKEY MOUSE -||£7.50|
|Book Club edn, 1983; 352pp; nr fine inc d/w.Novel about US Fighter Pilots over Europe, flying Mustangs escorting the 8th.|
Facos, James THE SILVER LADY - Atheneum, USA, 1st, 1972; 279pp; fine inc d/w.
|WW 2 American bomber crew in the UK.|
|Fleming, P. THE FLYING VISIT -||£7.00|
|Cape 1940; 128pp, David Low sketches in text. vg.A tale of Hitler's landing in Britain and his subsequent return home!.|
|Forsyth R.A. SQUADRON WILL MOVE -||£12.00|
|MacMillan 1st,1947, 19x13 cms, 311pp; vg+.|
Fosburgh, Hugh VIEW FROM THE AIR - Scribners, USA 1st, 1953; 295pp; nr fine, ragged d/w.
|Story of the crew members of a bomber "The Upstairs Maid" through their trainingand war in the Pacific theatre - a study of their characters.|
|Graves, Charles SEVEN PILOTS -||£5.50|
|Hutchinson c1943; 19 x 13cm, 176pp, 17 photos; vg int, bdg sl loose.Sequel to The Thin Blue Line & The Avengers - the third of four true-life novels of the WW 2 RAF.|
|Graves,Charles THE THIN BLUE LINE -||£6.00|
|Hutchinson, 1941; 240pp, 8 photos; nr vg.Story of 7 youths who joined the RAF; first of the series of four.|
Griffin, Alexander R. A SHIP TO REMEMBER - the Saga of the Hornet. Howell Soskin USA 1st, 1943; 288pp; nr fine.
|U.S. aircraft carrier war - Torpedo Squadron 8.|