Biggles Presses On
|Subtitle||More adventures of Biggles and the Special Air Police|
|Published||January 1958 - Brockhampton Press [H/B]|
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Eleven cases involving Biggles and the Special Air Police team.
This contains eleven short stories. These are as follows:-
THE CASE OF THE MAN ON A SPOT
A Polish man with secret documents has had his wife kidnapped to make him hand them back.
THE CASE OF THE SUBMERGED AIRCRAFT
A Gipsy Moth found ditched in a Scottish Loch leads Biggles to a wife murderer.
THE CASE OF THE SABOTAGED PARACHUTE
A parachute with the cords cut leads Biggles to uncover more than just a corpse. (Dust cover).
Biggles and the team go to rescue the family of the Sultan of Kulang, in Malaya.
THE CASE OF THE HAUNTED ISLAND
A trip to a Polynesian Atoll leads to the discovery of a wrecked ship with a corpse inside it.
THE CASE OF THE AMBITIOUS FISHMONGER
A plane is used to send Salmon caught by poachers down to London. Biggles finds the culprits.
THE CASE OF THE FATAL RUBY
A ruby called the 'Blood of Asia' is to be transported by a pilot who is planning to steal it.
A rogue fur trader has found a clever way of importing furs and avoiding paying duty on them.
BIGGLES LAYS A GHOST
A ghostly old wartime American Flying Fortress is being seen in the skies. Biggles hunts it down.
MISCHIEF BY MOONLIGHT
A professional fence is using an aeroplane to get the proceeds of burglaries out of the country.
THE CASE OF THE STOLEN TRUCK
A lorry, loaded with potatoes, is stolen and Biggles uses a plane to find the truck from the air.