Back Cover Summary Edit
Built on an unclimbable pinnacle of rock in the middle ages, Kronberg Castle was the No. 1 Nazi high security prison.
With its walls yards thick, mere slits for windows and guards parading the battlements day and night, the Nazis considered it completely escape proof.
But Flying Officer Tim Gordon didn't think so. He'd fight his way out if he had to. For he had his brother's death to avenge . . . and a Nazi ace to shoot down in flames.
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Publishing History Edit
First published as no 325 in April 1968.
Inside front cover feature - Six Best Cricketers - Geoff Boycott
Inside rear cover feature- Men Who Dare Tom Patey (Climber)