Trooper Fowler spent WW1 hidden in a French cupboard behind the lines

Soldiers trapped behind the lines risked capture and execution as spies. If they got back, they could be treated as deserters. Behind the lines was not a place to be in the Great War. So why did William Collins choose to be there? Read The Mad Game when it is published.

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