Arthur Baynes of the Royal Engineers, a wizard with a spanner or a stick of dynamite, was just as handy with a gun. Tough, with an ice-cool brain, Arthur was a real menace to the Japanese.
But he began to get a bit big-headed. When a ‘green’ captain started to act stupid and endanger the lives of the company, Arthur promptly clipped him on the jaw and took command. That was mutiny. For that, you could be stuck up against a wall and shot.
From then on Arthur was really out on his own, every hand against him – if they could catch him!
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