Poppy Redfern and the Fatal Flyers

Poppy Redfern and the Fatal Flyers

Poppy Redfern is back on the case when two female fighter pilots take a fatal dive in an all-new Woman of World War II Mystery by Tessa Arlen.

It is the late autumn of 1942. Our indomitable heroine Poppy Redfern is thoroughly immersed in her new job as a scriptwriter at the London Crown Film Unit, which produces short films featuring British civilians who perform acts of valor and heroism in wartime. After weeks of typing copy and sharpening pencils, Poppy is thrilled to receive her first solo script project: a fifteen-minute film about the Air Transport Auxiliary, known as Attagirls, a group of female civilians who have been trained to pilot planes from factories to military airfields all over Britain.

Poppy could not be more excited to spend time with these amazing ladies, but she never expects to see one of the best pilots die in what is being labeled an accident. When another Attagirl meets a similar fate, Poppy and her American fighter-pilot boyfriend, Griff, believe foul play may be at work. They soon realize that a murderer with a desire for revenge is dead set on grounding the Attagirls for good. . . .

Title:Poppy Redfern and the Fatal Flyers
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  • Sophia

    A certain intrepid WWII-era woman is back and has a new mystery to solve. Is it murder among the Attagirls? After appreciating the first book with an engaging mystery set against the home front of Eng...

  • Deb?

    I decided to go into this story blindly not knowing what to expect and I was delighted and happy to listen to such a fun and engaging WW II suspense mystery. It was based on the Air Transport Auxiliar...

  • The Lit Bitch

    It’s been a while since I have read anything by Tessa Arlen but I have loved her Lady Montford mystery series and I was excited to start her latest series featuring new heroine, Poppy Redfern.I star...

  • Sharlene

    It is the late autumn of 1942. Our indomitable heroine Poppy Redfern is thoroughly immersed in her new job as a scriptwriter at the London Crown Film Unit, which produces short films featuring British...

  • Shelley

    *Source* Publisher*Genre* Mystery / Historical Fiction*Rating* 3.5-4*Thoughts*Poppy Redfern and the Fatal Flyers is the second installment in author Tessa Arlen's A Woman of WWII Mystery series. This ...

  • Dianne Freeman

    This is the second book in the Poppy Redfern series but it's the first one I read and it can definitely stand alone. Set during WWII in England's home front, the first thing that struck me is its auth...

  • Barbara Rogers

    Series: A Woman of WW II Mystery #2Publication Date: 12/1/20Number of Pages: 320This series is a delightful find! I have read other books by Tessa Arlen, but I missed out on the first of the Poppy Red...

  • Melissa

    Closer to a 3.5 for me. Enjoyable entertainment, but I wasn't drawn into the mystery. I listened to the audiobook, which could have been part of the issue....

  • Angie

    Full review can be found here: https://www.criminalelement.com/book-......

  • Cathy Cole

    Having really enjoyed the first book in this series, Poppy Redfern and the Midnight Murders, I couldn't wait to read this one. I wasn't disappointed. Author Tessa Arlen put me right in the middle of n...