Airplane Boys at Cap Rock
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
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For Jim and Bob, CHAPTER IV BOUND and CHAPTER V GAGGED. And with time bomb! Had to be rescued, ultimately failed Hero Test, saved, not saving, should have been grounded thereafter. At least no CHAPTER GIRL.
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