Hitler Versus Me
by Donald Jack
Published by Sybertooth Inc
August 2006 (paperback)
$16 (US) • £12 (UK) • $18 (Can)
Bandy is back! It's 1940, and the intrepid air ace of WWI is eager to join the fight against Germany. Unfortunately, everyone seems to think Bandy is too old to be flying Spitfires, and should go quietly into retirement to polish his medals and knighthoods. Bandy, however, has other ideas, and uses his friends and/or enemies in high places to manoeuvre himself into the Battle of Britain.
This edition also includes Donald Jack's novelette "Where Did Rafe Madison Go?" Jack wrote the story just as the fate of the Avro Arrow was still up in the air (the first test flight taking place in March ’58, and the programme’s termination coming only four months after the story was published). In “Where Did Rafe Madison Go?” Jack imagines a future delta-winged descendant of the Arrow – the CF-108 – and takes us through the RCAF court martial that is trying to uncover the explanation for the plane’s mysterious disappearance, an incident that even the pilot, Rafe Madison, doesn’t understand.
“You’re eathily the motht awful man I have ever met in my entire life.”
-Rt. Hon. Lester Bowles Pearson,
speaking of Bandy in Hitler Versus Me
Distributed by Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Gardners, Coutts, and Bertram.
Hitler VS Me was previously published by
McClelland and Stewart
1996 (hard cover)