Doesn’t look much like a lieutenant-colonel, this bloke, does he? He is, though. About the wildest, fightingest officer in the whole of the Far East, that’s Harry Watt, Australian, and proud of it.
Left behind at the fall of Singapore, Harry blamed the British for giving in too easily. He became leader of a band of Chinese guerillas, and when they sent him a British Commando to help out on a big sabotage job, trouble was in store. Harry knew only one way of doing a job, Harry’s way – get right in among the Japanese and blast them!
A decent copy. Slight reading crease with associated curl. Mild general wear, tanning. Book is sound and in good condition. Bagged and boarded. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.