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The Sword and the Jungle by Alan Savage
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The Sword and the Jungle

by Alan Savage

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Having escaped from Singapore the day before it fell to the Japanese, Captain Harry Brand and his wife, Constance, seek refuge in Burma. Caught up in the retreat from Japanese invasion in Burma, Harry and his wife are separated. Constance has to endure a Japanese prison camp, whilst Harry fights his way out with the Burma Corps and then takes part in the epic fight back, not knowing Constance's fate. He fights his way out and takes part in a fight back.
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Having escaped from Singapore the day before it fell to the Japanese, Captain Harry Brand and his wife, Constance, seek refuge in Burma. When Burma is invaded, Harry is forced to endure the horrors of a Japanese prison camp. He fights his way out to avenge, or regain, the wife he hardly knows.… (more)

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