The Turner Novels -
Chris Davey

About the Author

Chris Davey lives with his wife, Liz, in Hertfordshire, England, not far from the historic site of the de Havilland Aircraft company. The Turner Logs series reflects a life long love of aviation and literature. He grew up watching de Havilland aircraft on test circling overhead.

As a teenager he joined the Air Training Corps and had his first taste of flight in gliders and then in the famous de Havilland Chipmunk. An early involvement with the Duxford Aviation Society, helping with the early stages of restoration of a Dragon Rapide biplane fuelled an interest in classic aircraft. This led on to membership of the de Havilland Moth Club in which he has been active for many years, working on Charity Air Days and their famous Woburn rally.

Chris is a member of the Cambridge Flying Group. This unique organisation still trains new pilots from the beginning on the famous de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane, as it has done for over fifty years. The reviewer who wrote, “Only somebody who has flown open cockpit tail draggers could write so vividly about the experience,” was spot on.

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