Corporal Bill Kirk felt the tiny life-raft rick crazily as the Japanese struggled aboard. Both turned to look at the sinking Japanese prison-ship they’d been on – Bill a prisoner, the Japanese a guard. Then they turned back, to look at each other; and what that Japanese read in Bill Kirk’s eyes made him start back in fear . . .
But there was no escape for him. With only the vast empty ocean and the sharks circling the raft for witnesses, they grappled in a fight to the finish.
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