PORT OF MISSING MEN by Percival Christopher Wren

PORT OF MISSING MEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

29 interlocking stories of the Foreign Legion, wherein renegades, traitors, murderers, heroes, cowards, the mentally unbalanced and the brave, play their dramatic and romantic parts. There are stories told by Legionnaires, of boats and men, with courage bigger than the men themselves, tales of the deserts and the hills, of Arabs and men of many nationalities, in their personal, emotional and ethical struggles. No renovated Wren here, but a dependable standby.

Pub Date: Sept. 13th, 1943
Publisher: Macrae Smith