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Author Name: W.E. Johns

W.E. Johns was born on 5th February 1893 at Mole Wood Road, Begeo, Hertford, U.K. He wrote at least 169 books, including 98 biggles books, and contributed to many magazines and other books. Since his death in 1968, many of the books have continued to be published making Johns one of the most successful authors of the 20th Century.

 

     Books By Author :: W.E. Johns

   
Biggles, Squadron Biggles
 -by W.E. Johns

14 action adventures featuring Biggles and his Team of Fighter Pilots . These adventures are based on the characters created by... Read More

   
Biggles, The Lost Oasis 1
 -by W.E. Johns

14 action adventures featuring Biggles and his Team of Fighter Pilots . These adventures are based on the characters created by... Read More

   
Biggles Learns To Fly
 -by W.E. Johns

In the hostile skies over World War I France, young airmen die in their thousands in their flimsy craft. The 17-year-old Biggle... Read More

   
Biggles Delivers the Goods
 -by W.E. Johns

One of a series of Biggles adventures which have been edited for the modern reader. Late in World War II, Biggles and his team ... Read More

   
Biggles and the Black Peril
 -by W.E. Johns

Biggles is back! And with new retro-style covers he’s bigger than ever. When zero visibility forces Biggles to land his V... Read More

   
Biggles in Spain
 -by W.E. Johns

One of a selection of the adventures of Squadron Leader James Bigglesworth, published to mark the centenary of the author's bir... Read More



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