Bert Wilson was a runner and a fine one at that. He’d raced – and won – against all sorts of competitors for all sorts of prizes.
Now, across the clinging mud of a French battlefield, he had to outrun a sniper’s bullet. Success would signal the survival of a battalion of British soldiers, but nobody in any of the record books had ever clocked up the pace Bert was now attempting to reach . . .
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