How does a glider pilot feel when his toe-plane has to cast off the rope before the target is reached? Young Sergeant-pilot Jamie Locke found that out, a thousand feet above the sea, off an enemy-held coast.
And this is the kind of moment that shows up a man for what he is – hero, or coward. Jamie was at the controls alone, with a load of twenty anxious airborne soldiers behind, his huge aircraft wheeling around the sky without engines, and with the hungry sea below. H was alone – with a question . . . and the answer could be life or death.
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