FLIGHT OF THE BAT by Donald Gordon

FLIGHT OF THE BAT

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Propaganda filled rockets descend on London fired there by Moscow. The Bat is England's only counter-offensive, a low level bomber which may be able to escape radar detection and fly some answers back to Moscow. However, it has a fuel capacity so low that the boys in the cockpit may not be able to get themselves back to Britain. Kenneth Oakman and Polhill are the flying expendables who are helped by Christable Barlow, a researcher with a heart-interest in Oakman, who thinks up a way to get the boys back alive, but not before some exciting scenes overhead and in the bloodied waters of the Gulf of Finland.

Pub Date: Jan. 29th, 1964
Publisher: Morrow