The savage sky / Emma Drummond Drummond, Emma, 1931-

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Drummond, Emma, 1931-
Subjects
World War, 1939-1945 - Fiction.; Fighter pilots - England - Fiction.; War stories, English.
Audience
Adult
Summary
It is 1941 and Rob Stallard, intelligent but unwordly son of a farmer, leaves war-torn London for a Florida airbase along with a group of RAF pilot cadets. He quickly develops a great passion and talent for flying, despite the tough, rigorous conditions, but is not so happy when he encounters US cadet James Theodore Benson III, socialite, sportsman, womaniser and son of a senator. The savage sky is the compelling new novel from Emma Drummond, confirming her reputation as a compassionate chronicler of the human spirit that rises to meet the demands of war.
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5529385

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