The Bird That Died of Diamonds is the eleventh and final short story in the sixth anthology of Biggles Air Police short stories entitled Biggles of the Interpol. The anthology was first published in 1957 by Brockhampton.
Biggles helps Air Commodore Raymond clear up a mystery about diamonds which were found inside a pheasant on the dining table of Colonel Colin McGill.
See article under Zorrall for a summary of the plot.
The Special Air Police/Scotland YardEdit
- Air Commodore Raymond
- Aircraft do not feature in this story
- Colonel McGill's estate, Tomlecht, Morayshire
- Crestata Hotel, London