The de Havilland Mosquito was a fighter-bomber,
pathfinder, intruder, photo-reconnaissance, night fighter (interceptor)
aircraft during WWII that served with the Allied Air Forces. The Mosquito was
unique in many ways; it was built of wood and because of its light weight and
two Merlin engines it was extremely fast. Over eleven hundred Mosquitos were built in
Canada in addition to the British versions. In discussion with Amberley Books
to publish in 2020.