A must read for burlesque and pin-up beauties, as well as men who fancy them. In Poppy's Pin-Ups the war is over, allowing Flying Officer Henry Truscott to concentrate on the far more important business of distributing much needed luxuries among the countries of the Mediterranean. Unfortunately people are getting back on their feet and prices are starting to drop, but with so many thousands of unattached young men about there is one commodity that can always be guaranteed a market: girls. Or, if not actual flesh and blood, saucy pictures of girls. Henry is more than happy to oblige on both counts, but when he signs up Corporal Poppy Pankhurst as his number two he finds he has bitten off rather more than he can chew, because her somewhat unorthodox ideas on discipline are only the start.