Author: Denis Caron Length: 197 pages Format: E-book Mr. Caron has done a terrific piece of work in this WWII tale. Flying Officer Harry Fitzpatrick, of Belfast, and two of his squadron mates, are given a mission that should lead them home. But they each get hit and have to bail out. Harry's harrowing escape through German-held northern France leads him to a chateau, where he finds his mates, and other wounded Brits, under the care of a British doctor, and the daughter of the chateau owner, Solange. With her father's car, and horse trailer, they set out for Dunkirk and hope for rescue. I enjoyed the stream of consciousness telling of this tale from Harry's point of view, and the detail Mr. Caron put into things. One nitpick I have, though, is that he has the Waffen-SS men dressed in black. By 1940, the Waffen-SS had changed over to field gray like their Wehrmacht counterparts. Also, there's a scene where Harry, Solange and her father are having lunch, and they were a bit talky for me. But that's my problem. When I write I try not to have people talk so much, but that's me. At any rate, I give this story two thumbs up, and I think you'll get your action fix very well.