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“Death Flies to Fukien” by Arch Whitehouse

Link - Posted by Chris on August 11, 2009 @ 12:30 pm in

This is the second story in Arch Whitehouse’s series about flying newspaperman Tug Hardwick. Tug and his sidekick, Beansie Bishop, knew where they could find Old Man Trouble if they wanted him. Shanghai was the place—for the welcome they’d get there would be a rousing one profusely punctuated with bullets! But meanwhile, Old Man Trouble had grown tired of waiting for them. That was something those two Yanks didn’t know—until a man fell at their feet with a knife in his back!

“Scourge of the Steel Eagles” by Arch Whitehouse

Link - Posted by Bill on January 30, 2009 @ 4:07 pm in

“Coffin” Kirk sought rest—but it was stark tragedy that he found in that jungle village at the foot of massive Mount Dulit. For the “death that does not speak” had cut a ghastly swath through that peaceful Kayan settlement—had left but a single horrified native to describe the merciless wrath of the “steel eagles that leap out of solid rock.” Yet Kirk could not turn back. And Fate was beckoning him onward along a path that led to— the fires of hell itself!

“Skyguns of Singapore” by Arch Whitehouse

Link - Posted by Bill on January 23, 2009 @ 4:12 pm in

“Twenty million pounds to fortify Singapore … Twenty minutes for complete destruction … Twenty days to embroil the world in war!” That fateful warning meant that Britain’s proud new naval base was doomed—doomed by the Circle of Death! And when the masked members of that veiled power learned that “Coffin” Kirk stood in the path of their poisonous fangs, they only laughed sardonically. For Kirk was their most hated enemy. Two scores would be settled with a single blow!

“Rumpler Stakes” by Joe Archibald

Link - Posted by Bill on May 2, 2008 @ 12:00 am in

Joe Archibald with a humorous Ambrose Hooley and Muley Spinks air novelet!
When this pair of wild aces get started, they ruin anybody’s old war!

“The Spider and the Flyer” by Joe Archibald

Link - Posted by Bill on April 25, 2008 @ 11:23 pm in

Joe Archibald also did the illustrations for the humorous Phineas Pinkham stories that appeared in Flying Aces every month for 13 years.

“Blood on the Sun” by Ralph Oppenheim

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Here is the second of The Three Mosquitoes stories that were set in pre-WWII China. There isn’t much actual Air War in this one but there is still plenty of action as the Mosquitoes try to rescue a Chinese warlord’s son from the invading Japanese.

“Hellion Hunch” by Arch Whitehouse

Link - Posted by Bill on March 16, 2008 @ 6:21 pm in

“Shut up and get a shovel!” Such was the impudent retort that Crash Carringer flung at old F.S.F. Winters, C.O. of No. 609, Britain’s brave little air post in the wilds of India’s Afridi-ridden North West Frontier. And that retort tartly expressed the nervy nature of the hard-shooting Yank warplane salesman. For Crash was tough. He needed all his toughness, too. For he was roaring’ off to a “date with Death” in the nullahs to prove that blood is thicker than— tobacco!

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