by H.E. Bates
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Amazon Editorial Review
H. E. Bates gained his knowledge of rural English life as a country law clerk and sharpened his skills as a provincial journalist. His early short stories, essays, and novels in the 1920s were highly praised, but World War II made Bates famous. Commissioned as a writer for the Royal Air Force in 1941, as "Flying Officer X," he gained great popularity. This World War II story is about a British bomber crew forced down in occupied France.
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