The true story of a real soldier -- but probably easier to sell as fiction than as biography. Heaven High, Hell Deep caught one phase of the fascination the war held for men; A Man in Arms goes still further, and shows how war made life seem fuller of zest and adventure and variety; a form of madness, but pleasant at that. He served at the Front in the second battle of the Marne, had several intelligence corps assignments, was severely wounded. Highlighting the war experiences are successive affairs with women. Not a great story -- but a lively one -- and one that the men who share his viewpoint will like to read.