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The Gravesend Reporter

Last of the Lancasters is a pleasure to read, and a large part of this is due to how well-paced it is. The anecdotes and experiences are short, to the point, and contain a minimum of the self-indulgent waffle that regularly plagues books of this type. As a result, everything feels easy to digest, and so you actually feel that you’re learning from Last of the Lancasters without even trying – there’s no wodges of statistics and bumpf here! ... Highly recommended for anyone with an interest in WWII aviation.

Suppressing Fire

Japan's most famous fighter has been the subject of many books, so this new one has to offer a good account, which it does admirably. An interesting a well-researched look at the A6M Zero series.

Aeroplane Monthly

Pilot Michael Napier details the history of 14 Squadron RAF over the course of the last 70 years...It is a follow up to 'Winged Crusaders'. The elder son of an army officer, Mr Napier joined the RAF in 1978 and served with 14 Squadron as a Tornado pilot. In the seven decades since the Second World War, 14 Squadron has operated a wide array of aircraft types in a fascinating variety of roles.

West Sussex Gazette

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