Nice find Steven, thanks for the heads-up.
It would seem, from the editorial review, that the book is more aimed at analysising aerial tactics per se of the Great War, rather than just being limited to another book on Manfred. For example:
"What were the aces like? How were tactics tailored to suit personality? What traits made for the ability to grapple with a jammed machine gun? A dozen high achievers are examined in terms of tactics and background. In a fascinating study Leon Bennett covers all of these aspects of WWI aerial combat, and more."
Which isn't a bad thing at all, and makes the book worthy of reading.
"Somewhere out there is Page 6!"
"But Emillo you promised.