By Donald E. Keyhoe
In Donald E. Keyhoe’s imaginings, the stormy skies of World War I are filled with giant pterodactyls, mystic fireballs and demon aces. But America has its own unnatural secret weapon: Captain Philip Strange. A mental marvel from birth, he was so terrifyingly effective that the Allies referred to him as “The Phantom Ace of
G-2.” But to the Germans he was “The Brain-Devil,” whose penetrating green eyes were both a legend and a nightmare.
Keyhoe’s Philip Strange stories ran for nine years—from 1931 through 1939—in the pages of Flying Aces magazine. This first volume in our new series contains six exciting tales of terror skies! It also features an introduction by Sid Bradd and is beautifully wrapped up in an exciting new design by Chris Kalb!
- “Cocardes of Courage” – Flying Aces, September 1931
- “The Drome of Dread” – Flying Aces, November 1931
- “The Red Demon” – Flying Aces, July 1932
- “Scourge of the Skies” – Flying Aces, November 1932
- “Vengeance of V-99” – Flying Aces, February 1933
- “The Unholy Horror” – Flying Aces, July 1933
- “Donald E. Keyhoe and the Brain-Devil of G-2″ by Sidney H. Bradd
- A Bibliography of all Philip Strange’s Adventures
- An exciting book design by Chris Kalb.