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The Wayward Wind by Iona Blair This is a work of fiction. The characters, incidents and dialogues in this book are of the author's imagination and are not to be construed as real. Any resemblance to actual events or persons, living or dead, is completely coincidental.
The Wayward Wind by Iona Blair One Searchlights streaked across the night sky. Anti-aircraft fire rocked the plane. "We're hit." RAF pilot, David Mallory struggled for control, his gray eyes alarmed under dark brows. Three years flying fighter planes, and never more than a scrape before.
The Wayward Wind by Iona Blair "You should have left with the others." David reeled and almost lost his footing as an explosion ripped through the fuselage and rocked the plane. It went into a nosedive. "But thanks, Kent. I'm glad you didn't." They wished each other luck and then plunged together into the black void far below.
The Wayward Wind by Iona Blair Certainly if they were captured by the Germans, it would be, David mused. But he didn't want to verbalize the negative thought right now. They had quite enough on their plate.