Playing Soldiers relates Victor (Ben) Robson's war experiences.
Torn from the arms of his sweetheart to fight for his country in World War Two, Victor Robson relates his experiences as a soldier, a prisoner and an escapee.
He remembers the men who fought alongside him, the enemy who imprisoned him and the Italians who aided his evasion of the Germans whilst on the run in the mountains.
He illustrates his fears, his laughter and his sorrows and the reader comes to share his relief when he finds himself on home soil again.
Judith Arnopp lives and works with her family on a smallholding in West Wales. She studied for a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and a Masters in Medieval History at University of Wales, Lampeter, with a special interest in the anglo-saxon period. Her novels reflect her desire to highlight the feminine role in history. www.juditharnopp.com http://juditharnoppnovelist.blogspot.com/