Angelo Jones lived alone in his family castle high in the Italian mountains, untouched by the savage war that raged around him. His father had been English, his mother Italian, and he saw no reason for joining the war on either side. Anyway, he was too busy hunting with his bow and arrow, and the eagle and hawks he had taught to obey him.
But when he saw an old friend and a young British Commando slaughtered in cold blood by cruel Nazis, Angelo Jones went to war. And with him he took his bow and arrow – and the eagle.
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