IT'S ME AGAIN: The Bandy Papers


IT'S ME AGAIN: The Bandy Papers

DONALD JACK    Book Number: 87055    Product format: Paperback

With the blackest of black comedy and seat-of-the-pants escapades, this series about a young pilot makes the War to End All Wars come roaring to life. Descriptive and full of air combats and written with a fine eye for period detail, this is a brilliant novel of an airman's adventures in the war, the world and women. As usual the RAF top brass don't know what to do with maverick flying ace and well-known loose cannon Major Bartholomew Bandy. They pack him off to a squadron where everything's as smart as paint, and the flying record barely registers, thinking it'll keep him out of their hair, but after a shaky start, Bart gets a firm grip on things. One of those things being the Adjutant, who jealousy guards his own private and baroquely magnificent WC. With old pal Dick Milestone, Bart reinvigorates the superbly turned out but demoralised pilots, who start doing some serious flying and very serious damage to the enemy in the notoriously tricky new Dolphin Camels. It's 1919 and having survived the trenches, Bart must face worse things - a parachute test, a Parisian dentist, the wrath of Brigadier Saomes, Halifax hospitality and a new German biplane. 412pp in paperback.
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ISBN 9781911440475
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