About this book
The extraordinary and moving story by an ex-POW and last surviving member of the Gordon Highlanders regiment, captured by the Japanese in Singapore. He worked on the notorious bridge over the River Kwai, was torpedoed on a prison ship bound for Japan, and transported to a camp only 11 miles from a fateful city called Nagasaki. 'Riveting... Urquhart has joined an elite band of first-rate soldier writers' "Observer"
* An extraordinary and moving tale by an ex-POW and last surviving member of the Gordon Highlanders regiment that was captured by the Japanese in Singapore, out now in paperback