Summary

Brought up in a vicarage, Freddy Spencer Chapman acquired a love of nature and became 'fascinated by danger' during childhood. Thirty years later, as an SOE-trained guerilla soldier, the orphan boy would prove to be one of the British army's deadliest agents.
©2009 Brian Moynahan (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 04-07-18

My grandfathers story accounted nicely

This book is about my explorer grandfather, a concise yet interesting account of his life. Brilliant introduction to his story with out the meticulous detail of his own books which can be a hard starting point without background knowledge. An amazing story, with interesting tactics in war and conflict still used today. I recommend this account highly.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kendo nagassaki on 23-05-18

Outstanding in every way.. A British hero

A marvelous account of a British hero. Probably brought down by what we now know as ptsd

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