Savage, ready to turn on anybody who disturbs it, no ferocious wild, black boar has roamed free in Britain for many centuries. But the very mention of this fast, deadly animal was enough to trouble some of the Polish crews flying Beaufighters under the command of Squadron Leader Sam Lee.
These airmen were as brave as any, but to them the wild boar was a warning of ill luck . . . of death and disaster. And as casualties mounted fast in the deadly battles in the sky, it began to look as if there might be some truth in the ancient fears . . .
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