NANCY NAYLOR: Air Pilot by Elizabeth Lansing

NANCY NAYLOR: Air Pilot

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Smooth, fast action story of Nancy, stewardess for a commercial airline, who determines to do something for her country and learns to fly for the Woman Flyers of America. Nicely rounded picture of her schooling, though not a vocational book. Her ""boy friend"" Jim, leaves commercial flying to join the Army air corps, is stranded following a forced landing, and Nancy finds him. Nancy, unwittingly, becomes a government agent and is used as catspaw to trap a spy and saboteur. Timely yarn.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1941
Publisher: Crowell