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Child At War: The True Story of Hortense Daman

Mark Whitcombe-Power

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Biography: historical, political & military, True stories, Prose: non-fiction, Second World War

'An extraordinary and inspiring account of individual heroism' - Sunday Telegraph

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Praise for Child At War: The True Story of Hortense Daman

  • Told with skill and compassion - Sunday Telegraph

  • Inspiring...a thrilling story of wartime adventure - Sunday Independent

  • A remarkable story...tightly written, tense - and so very harrowing - Guernsey Evening Post

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Mark Whitcombe-Power

Mark Bles is well qualified to write about war and insurgency. Educated at Sandhurst and Oxford, he has served in the Royal Green Jackets and 22 Special Air Service Regiment. After leaving the regular army, he worked for several years as a kidnap negotiator. He has written two novels and several works of non-fiction including the acclaimed CHILD AT WAR: The True Story of Hortense Daman.

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