Anne-Marie Walters wrote 'Moondrop to Gascony' immediately after the war, while the events were still vivid in her mind. It is a tale of high adventure, comradeship and kindness, of betrayals and appalling atrocities, and of the often unremarked courage of the many men and women who risked all to drive the German forces from French soil.
Moondrop to Gascony
Harriman House Publishing
Introduction and notes by David Hewson