“Jinx Peelot” by Harold F. Cruickshank
WE’RE back with another exciting air adventure from the pages of the pulp magazines of the 1930’s. This week we have a tale from the pen of that Canadian stalwart—Harold F. Cruickshank. Cruickshank was a prolific writer. He wrote all manner os stories for the pulps—war, aviation, westerns, even animal stories!
Cruickshank gives us a tale of Sam Tenby, a young Peelot with a jinx that may be sending him back to Issoudun unless he can break it.
Every Time Sam Tenby Went Up in the Air to Chase the Boche, Something Went Wrong— Until. . . .
- Download “Jinx Peelot” (November 1933, Sky Fighters)