A holiday gift book equally appropriate for Forsyth fans and aviation buffs, this inspirational Christmas tale is certain to appeal to a wide audience. It is the captivating tale of a young Royal Air Force pilot's harrowing flight on Christmas Eve, 1957. Illustrated.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MinaIsham - LibraryThing
-- This slim novel (123 pgs.) is a quick read. Lou Feck's illustrations inhabit whole pages. Forsyth is a pilot as well as a writer. Charlie Delta is a Royal Air Force pilot flying alone at night when ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Schmerguls - LibraryThing
I much appreciated The Day of the Jackal which I read 6 Feb 2010 so I decided to read this slight fiction by Forsyth. It tells of an RAF pilot flying home in 1957 from Germany for Christmas. He loses ... Read full review