Mark Felton has written over a dozen books on World War Two, including most recently, The Sea Devils, a thrilling tale of World War Two derring-do in the Pacific and Zero Night, an account of a mass POW escape, described as 'a thundering good read' by History of War magazine. His Japan's Gestapo was named Best Book of 2009 by the Japan Times. He also writes regularly for publications including Military History Monthly and World War II. After a decade spent working in Shanghai, he now lives in Colchester. Visit www.markfelton.co.uk.
'Another excellent example of [Felton's] growing library of
sensational true war stories.' -- Soldier
'Felton really brings this tale of incredible wartime daring and heroism to life.' -- Family Tree
'A remarkable story of wartime bravery and escape.' -- The Herald
'[A] stunning true story.' -- Daily Record
'Keeps up the suspense to the end.' -- Times Literary Supplement
'A gripping account.' -- Let's Talk!
'An extraordinary, and largely forgotten wartime story -- brought back to life in this Boys' Own account.' -- The Daily Mail
'This tale romps along, tumbling over itself with excitement.' -- The Daily Mail