'IF YOU ENJOYED THE BIG SHOW YOU WILL LOVE FLAMES IN THE SKY. THIS IS AN EXTRAORDINARY BOOK. UNPUTDOWNABLE.' Rowland White
From near suicidal RAF attacks in 1939 through to the dawn of the jet age in 1945, FLAMES IN THE SKY captures the astonishing drama, intensity, heroism and incomparable exhilaration of the World War Two air war like no other book.
This epic global struggle between Spitfires, Hurricanes, Mustangs, Mosquitos, Messerschmitts, Zeros, Kamikazes and more is brought vividly to life by a writer who was himself in the thick of the action.
Pierre Clostermann was one of the outstanding Allied Aces of the Second World War, shooting down scores of enemy aircraft, while friends and comrades lost their lives in the deadly skies above Europe. FLAMES IN THE SKY was born of his desire 'to do justice to their courage'.
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