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Beneath The Poppy Fields

Author: Christopher Chance

£8.99

  • ISBN: 9781907340253
  • Published 11 Nov 2020
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 170

Chance’s pen takes us to the trenches and tunnels where the horrors of subterranean warfare see brave men die valiantly. Back home in England their wives gallivant with one another and other men. Chance takes us to their sensationally intimate moments and to their husbands’ unimaginable last minutes.

In the blood and gore of World War I the whims of the officer class threatens the tunnellers’ very existence – but it is that sound that imperils the lives of them all, the sound of a baby crying out there in no man’s land.

Revealing inconceivable circumstances underground and the erotically exciting moments of unbridled passion, displays much about the human spirit during the dark days of the war.

Rest in peace Johnny, in the stillness of Etaples cemetery. This novel is fiction based on actual events during The Great War 1914 – 1918

2 reviews for Beneath The Poppy Fields

  1. Laura Price

    This book was easy to read and the author has really written an amazing book. Makes me proud that our men fought for this country and laid down their lives for us, prayers to the heros or all wars. Coming from a military family I’ve learned all my life about the importance of what these soldiers gave up so that we have what we have today. Looking forward to reading his other books, just want to say thank you to all military and their families. All I can say is please read it. I have passed to book on to my stepsons to read.

  2. Nicky Griffiths

    I enjoyed reading this book, even though it portrays the horrors of war in graphic detail. The characters are easy to relate to which makes the book easy to read even if you don’t normally enjoy this particular genre.

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