In 1943, American airman Ted Brice's plane crashes in a Belgium forest after an aborted attempt to bomb a German munitions factory. He is rescued and sheltered by the Maquis, the Belgium resistance.
APPEAL: The author describes the terror of the Nazi occupation. The reader can sense the starkness of the lives of the villagers.
NOTES (language, violence, sex, humor, satire):
Some sex (not graphic), some language
World War II, man woman relationships, Belgium
DATE/STAFF: 4/13/1995 / AMI