Every now and then I read a good novel, and WASP Sting by Lee Sweetapple is one of those. The story basically centers on a young lady in WW2 who is a ferry pilot for the Women Airforce Service Pilots (some interesting history there). Of course, it wouldn’t be as exciting if it was just about ferrying airplanes, so Sweetapple throws in some espionage and drama to go with it. My only complaint about the book is that it’s a standalone (it really should be turned into a series).
You can find Wasp Sting on Amazon Kindle for only $2.99 (but I bought the paperback – maybe one day I’ll get Lee to sign it).
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Thank you for the kind words. I did leave WASP Sting open for a sequel, but I have two books started that I need to finish first. I will say that Trudy makes a brief appearance, my next novel, The Country Gentleman, about an FBI Special Agent and pilot, who uncovers a Nazi plot in pre-WWII America (1939).