By w. e. johns
, 191 pages, with four colored plates, frontispiece and different line illustrations within the textual content
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You, Bertie, will circle and keep an eye on us unless I signal you to come down. We'll get the job done as fast as we can. " In a few minutes both machines were in the air, climbing for altitude on a course that was roughly north-east. Ginger, who had had experience of desert flying, did not expect to enjoy the trip. Nor did he. The sun beat down with relentless force and a blinding glare made him glad that he'd brought dark goggles. At first, the territory below was more or less under cultivation, but this soon gave way to wide areas of wilderness, with the herbage round water-holes and groups of palms standing like islands in the surrounding desolation.
It happened that in this wadi there grew a shrub that burnt freely. There was also some acacia, which actually was the cause of the trouble in the first place, because it provides fodder for camels. The Arabs, finding both water and fodder, stayed on, as is the Arab custom, to make the most of it. ' The smoke, they discovered, induced very pleasant sensations, and they also stayed on to enjoy it. They must have been in ignorance of what they were doing because all drugs, and alcohol for that matter, are forbidden by their religion—although that doesn't prevent them from selling it to other people.
The coastal Arabs who started with him refused absolutely to go beyond the country that they knew and that ended far short of the wadi. That was why, as I told you, the Doctor had to change his camel men from time to time. " "Yes. He picked them up at Aden. " "One of these men must have spotted more than the Doctor imagined," declared Biggles. "He might have discovered the gum on his own account and put· some in his bag to enjoy when he got home. Later, he might have talked about it. " The Air Commodore rubbed his chin.
Another Job for Biggles by w. e. johns