Before the war, the boxing fans packed out halls all over Britain to see Colin ‘Kid’ McCoy win yet another fight with his flashing fists and sparkling footwork. Then war came and Kid found himself in a different kind of fight where you swap bullets instead of punches, and the loser stays down for keeps.
It was a far cry from the square ring, but there came a day when Kid pulled on his gloves again in a Japanese prison camp, matched against a karate champion.
A really nice copy, very minor wear only. Book is sound, bright and clean and in very good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.