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The Lost Pilots

The Spectacular Rise and Scandalous Fall of Aviation's Golden Couple

By Corey Mead | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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The Sahara Desert, February 1962: the wreckage of a plane emerges from the sands revealing, too, the body of the plane's long-dead pilot. But who was he? And what had happened to him?

Baker Street, London, June 1927: twenty-five-year-old Jessie Miller had fled a loveless marriage in Australia,... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
12 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Corey Mead
Publisher
Pan Macmillan
ISBN-13
9781509828500
Dimensions
153mm x 233mm x 22mm
Pages
288
Format
Paperback
Release Date
12 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Corey Mead
Publisher
Pan Macmillan
ISBN-13
9781509828500
Dimensions
153mm x 233mm x 22mm
Pages
288

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Publishers RRP $37.99

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18 Jul 2018

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The 1920s were known as the ‘golden age of aviation’ – new inventions and breakthroughs in technology launched a new range of aircraft. Aviators became superstars with both men and women driven to reach new heights, break speed records and try new planes and distances. This is the story of two young, wild adventurers, Jessie Miller and Bill Lancaster who flew together and lived a life of risk in both their aviation and personal lives! “Baker St, London, June 1927: twenty five year old Jessie Millar had fled a loveless marriage and was longing for adventure. At a gin-soaked party, she met Bill Lancaster, fresh from the Royal Air Force, his head full of a scheme that would make him as famous as Charles Lindbergh, who had just crossed the Atlantic. Lancaster wanted to fly three times as far – from London to Melbourne and he immediately knew that Jessie Miller would be the perfect co-pilot” A tale of risky adventure, forbidden passion, crime and scandal – perfect reading for the winter nights.

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