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The Eagle’s Cry

By Richard Townsend Bickers

June 1940. Italy declares itself Germany’s ally and the war in the Western Desert begins. R.A.F pilot Geoffrey Denton and his squadron are tasked with keeping enemy forces at bay in North Africa, Greece and Crete. At first it seems that victory is within their reach, but German soldiers soon outnumber them and the fighting reaches heightened levels of danger. Having survived several dog fights, the strain of constant operations against strong fighter and anti-aircraft defences takes its toll on Denton, who seeks release in the arms of his bright, beautiful Greek mistress, Kathia Pefkos. But is he right to allow her insider access to his squadron? Or is he risking his own life, and those of his men, for a love that was doomed from the start?


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