Not many men can say they’ve faced a firing squad and lived. Jim Tulley is one who could. But he preferred to forget the day he’d stood up against a wall looking down British rifle barrels. Anyway, he was too busy fighting the war as the Allies pushed into Europe.
Too busy, that was, until a man from his past – who’d been in that firing squad – turned up. And he wasn’t the type to keep his mouth shut . . .
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