Estranged twins Teddy and Ernie Sharp followed their own paths in the Great War. Teddy took to the skies while Ernie trained hard with the Australian Imperial Force, determined to make his mark. Then, a chance meeting on the Western Front and Teddy's untimely death changed Ernie's life forever, as he abandoned the AIF and took on his brother's wings in the Australian Flying Corps. But his natural talent in the air would only take him so far under the sinister gaze of the German Imperial Black Hawks!
It's always a good day when there's a new COMMANDO yarn by Brent Towns to read. This is a World War I aviation story, for the most part, and that's one of my favorite subgenres of war fiction. As always, Towns spins his tale with plenty of heart and action, and I had a fine time reading it.