Terror in the Starboard Seat

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Stoddart Pub, 1998 - Fiction - 176 pages
3 Reviews
Authors terrifying, hilarious, bittersweet account of his experiences in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the second World War in 418 Squadron.

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User Review  - martinhughharvey - LibraryThing

An entertaining read with a fair amount of ironic humour. If you're really a fan of planes, Mosquito's, WWII etc. there's mot much to learn. Just an irreverent personal history of one man's war. A really quick 178 page read. Read full review

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User Review  - Ian - Goodreads

Dave McIntosh was a classmate of my aunt's, both being from Stanstead Quebec. Dave McIntosh gave my aunt a copy of his book. I don't remember if I read her copy or borrowed one from the library, but I do remember liking it. Read full review


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