Along the way, he falls in love with a local woman, services a downed Hurricane fighter and eventually makes it to England to deliver drawings he hopes will change the course of the war in the Atlantic, but, once there, he finds his troubles are only just beginning...
This is an incredible true story about one man's crusade to help the Allied war effort against the Nazis. It gives a fascinating insight into Gundelach's resourcefulness and drive, and his lasting hope that his actions will make a difference. Beautifully told and richly entertaining, The Little English Boy will delight readers of all ages.
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About the Author
Liam McCann was born in Guildford, England, in 1973. He attended Hurstpierpoint College and Staffordshire University, gaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Physiology and Psychology. He excelled on the sports field, becoming county champion in three of the field events and swimming to a national standard. He went on to win a British University medal in 1993. Liam then formed a rock band that toured Europe. The group's highlight came in 2001 when they played to five thousand people. In 2003 he turned his hand to writing non-fiction sports and reference books. He has since had 15 published and is now working on completing an action / thriller series featuring hero Ed Sampson.