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Book Description
London; Hodder & Stoughton, Limited. 1947. 8vo. Original pale blue boards lettered in black, preserved in pictorial dustwrapper; pp. [iv], 5-191+ [i]; with coloured frontispiece and other plates in green and black; a bright, sharp copy protected by an attractive, clipped, dust wrapper with overall dusting, nicking to ends, rubbing to edges and spine ends. A nice copy.
Dealer Notes
Flight Officer Joan Worralson, better known as "Worrals", is a fictional character created by W. E. Johns, more famous for his series of books about the airman Biggles.

Worrals was a member of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) in the Second World War. She has a sidekick called Betty "Frecks" Lovell.

Johns modelled Worrals on two female aviators of his acquaintance, Amy Johnson—whom he knew as "Johnnie" Mollison, from which Worrals' name is presumed to derive—and Pauline Gower
Author W E Johns
Date 1947
Binding Cloth
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Illustrator N/A
Condition Very good plus
Pages 192

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