Wings of War
Pilot extraordinaire John Masters was an ace operative of the U.S. Secret Service when war broke out. So it was only natural that when the first squadron of Yank flyers went to France to strafe the Boche, Masters went too, only operating undercover.
Masters became the Lone Eagle of the Skies, displaying an indomitable courage and dynamic driving power to push any secret mission to a successful conclusion; a fighting ace whose dark and inscrutable movements became the scourge of all enemy powers.
Suspected by many, some men feared him, some men hated him. The alluring but deadly female German spy R-47 may have loved him. Masters became that mysterious Nemesis of the Western Front known only as—The Lone Eagle!
Now collected into book form are the first two novel-length adventures of the great ace.
- No Man's Air
- Wings of War
"John Masters blasts his way across the skies in the kind of aerial action that will thrill modern readers as much as it did the pulp readers of the '30s. The Lone Eagle is a hero for the ages!"—Bill Crider, contributing author to the Nick Carter and Stone: M.I.A. Hunter series
"In the 1930s, the Lone Eagle set the bar for realistic action adventure with a tough guy loner able to survive against all comers. John Masters blazed a bullet-strewn path that series heroes of the 1970s and 1980s were hard pressed to follow."—Mel Odom, contributing author to the SuperBolan, Stonyman and Executioner series
"Combat ace John Masters was one of the most realistic air heroes of the pulp era. It's about damn time these bullet-torn tales were reprinted!"—Will Murray, contributing author to the Destroyer series
"Great fun!"—Stephen Mertz, contributing author to the Executioner, Tunnel Rats and Cody's Army series
"I his excellent introduction . . . Tom Roberts gves a good overview."—David Smith, Fantasy Illustrated
About the author—
F(erdinand) E(dsted) Rechnitzer, (1894-1965), a veteran pilot of the 65th Squadron RAF in World War I, and survivor of a German P.O.W. camp, penned many stories of aviation and air-war for the all-fiction magazines under his own name, and under such house names as Lt. Scott Morgan. His aviation fiction speaks with the voice of authority, written by one who knew his subject matter from living it.
|Title:||Wings of War|
|Author:||F.E. Rechnitzer writing as Lt. Scott Morgan|
|Price:||Trade paperback / 197 pages / Price: $19.95 US|
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