Biggles and the Pirate Treasure is the first short story in the fourth anthology of Biggles Air Police short stories of the same name Biggles and the Pirate Treasure. The anthology was first published in July, 1954 by Brockhampton.
Biggles accepts the invitation of an enthusiastic Marcel to join him on a mission to recover a pirate treasure from Madagascar....
The Special Air Police/Scotland YardEdit
- Air Commodore Raymond
- Algy Lacey
- Ginger Hebblethwaite
- Bertie Lissie
- Captain Thomas Tew
- Captain William Kidd
- French police helicopter
- Diego Suarez
- The book which Johns mentions, General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pirates by Captain Charles Johnson really does exist. Charles Johnson is believed to be a pseudonym for Daniel Defoe. The text book does mention a pirate (probably fictional) named Captain James Misson in connection with a Dominican priest Carriocioli and Captain Thomas Tew and their founding of the colony of Libertatia. The book is, of course, now in the public domain and may be found readily on the Internet.