THE DIRTY WAYS OF WAR
Branded a coward in WWII, Lieutenant Guy Barrington was dishonourably discharged from the British Army. To prove himself innocent of the charge, he joined Churchill’s Scallywags – the secret, civilian suicide squads whose purpose was to destabilize Nazi occupation of England by way of dirty tricks and sabotage. Their expected lifespan: 12 days!
Working with Naval Commander/author, Ian Fleming and his prototype for James Bond (the renowned White Rabbit), Barrington survived covert missions in France before being arrested, tortured by the Gestapo and sent to Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
He escaped by macabre means and made a desperate bid to reach Portugal in time to fly home on fated Flight 777 with his famous film star collaborator and propaganda specialist, Leslie Howard.
This is a harrowing, fact-based story of hate, horror, exemplary courage and the strange workings of the supernatural.