In this story two Nazi espionage agents are on the trail of a British ambassador whom they plan to kill because his mission is to get the USA to enter WW II. The plot is to plant a bomb on a dirigible the Ambassador will be traveling in. When Phantom Lady discovers their evil intentions she follows them to their woodland hideaway. She is discovered, grabbed like a ragdoll and and thrown down into a holding closet. She rallies to destroy the enemy spies with a well timed explosion using their own bomb against them. Why the spies did not kill her the momemt they discovered her is due to the poetic liscence of the story writer . . . a liscence used in story after story after story; but how could we have a long running series of this sexy heroine if she died every time she is in peril? Although Quality's early version of this voluptuous costumed heroine is not as sexy as Matt Baker's later greatly revised version, she still has a lot of sex appeal, and in a few select scenes from other issues than this one she is outstanding.
Source: I once owned this book