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The Secret Battleplane - A Thrilling Adventure in Aviation and Espionage during World War I - cover

The Secret Battleplane - A Thrilling Adventure in Aviation and Espionage during World War I

Percy F. Westerman

Publisher: Good Press

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Percy F. Westerman's 'The Secret Battleplane' is a thrilling adventure novel that takes readers on a riveting journey into the world of aviation and espionage. Set during World War I, the book follows the story of a young British pilot who stumbles upon a hidden German aircraft capable of changing the course of the war. Westerman's detailed descriptions of aerial combat and the technological advancements of the time immerse the reader in the heart-pounding action. The novel's fast-paced narrative and suspenseful plot make it a captivating read for fans of historical fiction and military thrillers. Percy F. Westerman, an esteemed British author and naval officer, drew inspiration for 'The Secret Battleplane' from his own experiences in the Royal Navy during World War I. His firsthand knowledge of naval operations and aircraft technology lends authenticity to the novel, creating a compelling and engaging story for readers interested in military history. I highly recommend 'The Secret Battleplane' to anyone seeking an exciting and well-researched historical fiction novel. Westerman's masterful storytelling and gripping plot will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end, offering a fascinating glimpse into the world of early aviation and espionage.
Available since: 10/27/2023.
Print length: 121 pages.

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