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As Luck Would Have It by David Green

As Luck Would Have It by David Green

$24.95 (royal bk)
$4.99 (ebook)


Author: David Green
Genre: Non-fiction, Suspense, Drama
ISBN: 9781105925597
Format: Paperback
Pages: 160

Before David Green was captured at the Imjin River where he spent three years in a prisoner-of-war camp in Korea, he had another life as a rogue gang member

Born in a flour miller’ s cottage in Arle, Gloucestershire, 1931, he was the youngest of a family of seven children. He spent most of his time trying to impress his mates and show how tough he was. This toughness was going to be required in large quantities especially between 1939-1949.
For his adventures would consequently see him spending time in a boys home and eventually in prison having to pay the consequences for his loyalty to the gang.
This is a story of poverty, love, god-fearing parents, colourful characters from this picturesque area, lost opportunities, trouble at school, the war years with the yanks posted in and around the town and the impact of war on these kids, eventually becoming a member of a notorious gang, and his years as a soldier.
This book will bring you not only to tears of laughter but also tears of sadness. A childhood filled with love, excitement, and dangerous adventure.

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