The confidence men : how two prisoners of war engineered the most remarkable escape in history / Margalit Fox.
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|George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library||940.472 FOX||34510011188487||New Books||Reshelving||-|
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-251) and index.
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Prologue: A wraith at the top of the stairs -- For king and country -- Besieged -- Destination unknown -- A hundred springs -- Spooked -- The uses of enchantment -- The regard of flight -- In confidence -- Villainous OOO -- The treasure test -- The telechronistic ray -- Certifiable -- Two lunatics, five hundred pounds of butter, and a great deal of flour -- The mad ward -- Near death -- Persuasion -- Epilogue: Afterlife.
"Imprisoned in a remote Turkish prison camp during World War I, having survived a two-month forced march and a terrifying shootout in the desert, two British officers, Harry Jones and Cedric Hill, join forces to bamboozle their iron-fisted captors"-- Provided by publisher.