White Water Landings is a memoir of Geoffrey Pett’s adventures as a station manager in Africa for Imperial Airways during the operation of the Flying Boat service to Durban. It covers the period from his application to become a Commercial Trainee in 1933 to his marriage and return from Cairo to England in 1944. It’s a vision of bygone days, from the luxury of airtravel in the Empire Flying Boats, to an undeveloped country, run by tribal chiefs within the governance of a fading British Empire. A Boy’s Own adventure with planes, boats, elephants, spies and an amazing romance!
Now available as a hardcover book, paperback and ebook.
Go to the White Water Landings website for all the details and buying links.
See the website of Geoffrey’s archive material.
Click the Amazon link below for an excerpt.
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For other online retailers, including the paperback and hardcover versions, click here.
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