1st ed., 1995. Ix + 196 pp., various photo-plates + maps & facsimiles. D.j. 24 x 16cm. FINE. In April 1943, an American Liberator bomber, based at Solluch in Libya and christened by her crew ‘Lady Be Good’, vanished mysteriously after an abortive mission over Naples. Fifteen years later her well-preserved remains were found over south-central Libya. The author sets out to discover how the ill-fated craft and her crew ended up so far from their intended flight path making this book a compelling though tragic read.