Length, 84 pages This is a book in the Squadrons! Series from the site www.raf-in-combat.com and it does the job of telling the units that used this interesting aircraft. We start with a three-page background of the plane's development and delivery, plus its record in combat both in day and night action. Then we get the three squadrons who used the plane as their only plane for the Battle of Britain time, as well as the "mini-blitz" in 1941. We get their commanders, their fuselage letters, and their kill records, and casualties, both from operations and accidents. There is also the history of several second-line units, who used the plane for a short time, with planes back from repair, including No. 307 (Polish) Squadron, the only non-British RAF night fighter unit. Listemann finished with the training units, the roll call of honor of those men killed in the aircraft, and some color plates for modelers. One very large goof he made was at the beginning. He gave the wrong fuselage number for the prototype, when the plane is shown in a picture on the bottom of the page. Yikes. I like that Listemann didn't give a critique of the plane, just the record of its service. I would have liked it if he could have talked to any pilot who served in it, but that isn't part of the purpose of the series this is part of. I think this might be worth a look for those interested in this unique aircraft.