Sunday 28th June 1942 Flight Sergeant Dennis Copping took off in a
single-seat Kittyhawk fighter for a short flight across Egypt. He
never arrived at his destination. The aeroplane was later found
crash-landed, virtually intact, three hundred miles into the Sahara
with no sign of the pilot. There is evidence he survived the
landing and indeed stayed with the aeroplane for a while, but he
has so far never been found. Why was it there and what happened to
the pilot? After extensive research including regular contact with
surviving relatives and the man who first found the aeroplane,
Jonathan Nicholas has pieced together Dennis Copping's desert war
blending real people, events and places into an exciting new novel,
a thrilling wartime desert mystery never-before-told.
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