Tag Archives: Gordon C Livingstone

The Hero Was A Fake

Issue Number: 5633

Bill Drummond, a British Army lieutenant, looked in dismay at the cringing figure crouching in the corner of the cellar, fear haunting his nervous, flickering eyes. Bill found it hard to believe that this was the same man who’d saved his life only weeks before. But then he didn’t know the full story of this […]

Attack from the Sea

Issue Number: 5631

What started out as a well‑planned raid on the North African coast by a crack force of British Commandos had developed into a nightmare chase across the desert. There was one among them with a grudge against all Germans. He had wrecked the mission and now he was steadily wrecking any chances of survival. The […]

In for the Kill

Issue Number: 5616

The young pilot officer could hardly believe his ears. But there was no mistaking the grim seriousness on the face of the Air Commadore, no question that he meant exactly what he had said…“I want you to go over to France and kill my son.”   Story: Gentry Art: Gordon C Livingstone Cover: Ian Kennedy […]

Silent Danger

Issue Number: 5614

Out of the murky depths they came, wreaking havoc in Gibraltar harbour, daring to defy the British defences, bringing death and destruction to the British Fleet. In silence they appeared… then vanished. They rode on torpedoes, faceless phantoms of the deep. Who were they? All the British knew was that the situation was desperate and […]

Into The Attack

Issue Number: 5610

Commanded by Lieutenant Terry Horton, the sleek motor torpedo boat sped into the attack, guns blazing and torpedoes ready to launch at the German convoy ahead. But he didn’t just have the enemy to contend with, for in this crack flotilla there was another skipper who was doing his best to blacken Terry’s name —and […]