Biggles and the Black Peril
When zero visibility forces Biggles to land his Vandal amphibian aircraft on the North Sea he thinks he's just got a spot of aeroplane bother. Bigger trouble is ahead for Biggles when he takes an unchartered ride in a flying boat manned by 'Blackbeard' - a cohort of the Russian Airfleet and accomplice in a plot to bomb Britain.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bookmarkaussie - LibraryThing
I really enjoyed this book, set in the 1930's Biggles and friends uncover secret airbases and go investigating. I liked how much attention was paid to how the characters felt at various times. Fear ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mintleaf - LibraryThing
One of my favourite Biggles stories. It is notable for the introduction of Ginger to the series. A great plot and the characters are consistently enjoyable. It borrows themes from 'The Riddle in the Sands' and 'The Thirty-Nine Steps' and I find it just as enjoyable. Read full review