• Title: The Paddy Field Tigers
  • Released: 2012-11-06
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 413
  • ASIN: B00A3H4AA6
No one knows John Montigue is a spy for the British government. As editor and publisher of the Rangoon Examiner he outwardly leads a common life with his wife and children.

On Christmas Day, 1941, Rangoon, Burma explodes into a firestorm as Japan’s surprise invasion begins. A price on his head, John must evacuate his family then stay behind to complete strategic demolition and destruction of top-secret intelligence documents.

He soon discovers that he and his remaining officers must escape on foot while forced to lead 25,000 remaining colonials on a 1,800-mile “Death March” through the treacherous jungles to India. With the Japanese Army in hot pursuit.

By a strange quirk of fate, John’s future seems to be integrally linked to that of his boyhood Burmese friend, Danang, who is head of the powerful Golden Triangle. Together they are the only hope for thousands.

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