REVIEWS


"An utterly captivating memoir" - Daily Mail.


An utterly compelling account of how one POW kept his identity secret from
the Nazis and evaded capture, relying on the bravery and kindness of strangers. A terrific read.
Andy McNab, bestselling author of Bravo Two Zero.


One man's extraordinary odyssey of escape through wartime Italy: riveting and remarkable.
Ben Macintyre, bestselling author of Agent Zigzag.


An escape story in the finest English tradition. Beautifully written and poignant to the end - deserves to become an instant classic.
David Loyn, BBC Foreign Affairs Correspondent.


This account of Monty’s step-son’s exploits in the Second World War is a gem. It reminds one of the gallantry and devotion to duty of a generation that has nearly left us.
Patrick Cordingley, Commander of the Desert Rats, Iraq 1991.


Tom Carver's excellent book gives us a better understanding why our most well known World War II General was the complex man he was. The book deserves to be widely read and enjoyed.
General the Lord Guthrie, Chief of the Defence Staff, 1997 – 2001.


The highly readable and moving biography of Richard Carver, stepson of Field Marshal Montgomery, is a splendid combination of events great and small, personal happiness and tragedy, la vie militaire, and the bed-rock which is the human family.
General Sir Mike Jackson, Chief of the General Staff, 2003 – 2006.


“Where the hell have you been?” is published by Short Books.
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