A peek at airlines and pilots in the golden age of aviation. Folk medicine in Hawaii that works.An upper-crust young man finds a sexual soul-mate, but their bizarre tastes face social prejudice. Young brothers learn what heroism is all about in the early days of auto racing. A tragic life deals with its final choice. Under hypnosis a patient recalls war-time experiences, but its the wrong war. A young stewardess survives a crash to become a heroine. The magic of Maui in a homely encounter with the law. A veteran pilot takes his grandchildren in a small plane on a rescue mission that becomes a dangerous adventure. Miles Burford presents a new collection of short stories, stories that need to be told. As usual, most of Burfords characters are people he has known and admired in a long and adventurous lifetime. Read these stories and you will learn a lotabout flying airplanes and the people who fly them. You will learn about living in Maui, where reality and fantasy are often indistinguishable. You will learn about heroism and its opposite playing out in Americas heartland. You will learn much about love and hate, sorrow and laughter. And you will be entertained by a master storyteller.