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The huge stone statue of Buddha smiled…
Beside it on this remote Burmese hillside lay the smoking wreckage of a Japanese transport plane, with an injured general inside, and a complete set of plans for their invasion of India. From every point of the compass Japanese search parties came to hunt for the wreck. And so did Ian Murdoch - a young Hurricane pilot who'd made the biggest mistake of his career in shooting down the Japanese plane instead of forcing it to land at the British base. Now he had only four men and his own luck and courage to make good on his mistake.
First published an no 166 in June 1965. Republished as no 791 in November 1973. Latest edition published as no 4844 in September 2015.
Part of "The Gold Collection" series.