Just finished "The White Rabbit" by Bruce Marshall. Wasn't too impressed with the start of the book, as there's very little about Yeo-Thomas' early life, other than that he was a Briton who grew up in France. Likewise, there is absolutely NOTHING after he returns to England following the war...literally. He lands, gets out, sees his girlfriend waiting on the tarmac, and the book ends. But the middle....his exploits while working to help the French Resistance groups, his capture, torture, imprisonment in Buchenwald, escape, capture, and escape again....man! Overall....good book, but not the greatest. I want to know more about the MAN, not just about his wartime experiences. What did he do before and after the War? Also....maybe its a British thing, but a little bit less alliteration. Too much is ...well....too much. So, I'd give the book a 5.5 or 6 out of 10, personally, and will continue to search for more comprehensive reading about FFE Yeo-Thomas (heck, it wasn't until about chapter two that the author even mentioned what 'F.F.E.' stood for!).