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The admiral's baby (1996)

by Laurens Van der Post

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This story is told also as a memorial to my 'CS5', Admiral Sir Wilfred Patterson, and 'Christie', General Sir Philip Christison, of Burma, the Arakan and Java
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If I had to choose a point where my life suddenly changed course, it would be in the Western Desert, some days after Pearl Harbor.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0719557429, Hardcover)

In this sequel to "Night of the New Moon", the author has been freed from the Japanese POW camp in Java. He watches his fellow prisoners disappear back home, while he, the most senior British officer, has to remain to help his former, often brutal Japanese guards to keep the peace in Java.

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