Barry Blake of the Flying Fortress
by Gaylord Du Bois
Publisher: Whitman Publishing Company 1943
Number of pages: 267
His pulses pounding with excitement, Barry Blake gazed across the long runways of Boeing Field at his first fighting ship. The great Flying Fortress seemed to perch lightly on the ground, despite her twenty-odd tons. Her propellers were turning slowly, glinting in the sun like the blades of four gigantic sword dancers...
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