As the only woman pilot chosen to participate in Europe’s first air race for young people, Stella North is well aware of how much she is being watched—and underestimated. Promoting peace across Europe feels less compelling while civil war is raging in Spain, the Nazis are gaining power in Germany, and when cutthroat sabotage occurs in the racing competition. Stella is meant to be participating in a friendly sporting event. But each of the racers is hiding a turbulent and violent past, and any one of them might be capable of murder…including Stella herself.
Elizabeth Wein holds a private pilot’s license and owns about a thousand maps. She is best known for her historical fiction about young women flying in World War II, including the New York Times bestselling Code Name Verity and Rose Under Fire. Elizabeth lives in Scotland and has both British and American citizenship.