John Lodwick

JOHN LODWICK (1916–1959) was one of the leading novelists of the early twentieth century and a key player in London's surrealist movement. This memoir covers his wartime experiences in the Special Operations Executive (SOE) and the Special Boat Service. He died in a car crash in Spain, alongside his publisher, at the age of just 43.

 

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