One More River To Cross (Kindle)
Some of those who suffered at the hands of the Japanese during World War II and have subsequently written of their experiences are at pains to say they bear no grudge. George Wright-Nooth is not cast in that mould. He was a trainee Colonial Police officer studying for his Chinese-language exams when the Japanese invaded Hong Kong, and was to spend the next four years incarcerated in a prison camp. He kept a diary which remained undiscovered, and from which extracts form much of this first-hand account of suffering and brutality during the terrible years of the Japanese occupation.