"Welch is as fine a nonfiction writer as America has ever produced."
—Marcus Brotherton, New York Times bestselling author of "Shifty's War" and "Blaze of Light"
"A spellbinding drama."
—Forrest Bryant Johnson, author of "The Last Camel Charge"
Clay Conner played on Duke's golf team, led cheers as a rally squad member, and had never camped overnight. But when the Japanese cornered American soldiers at the foot of the Bataan Peninsula in World War II, he and six others decided to flee into the jungle. Nearly three years later, he emerged triumphant. Brace yourselves for a story that's "Unbroken" meets "Robinson Crusoe." (Soft cover.)
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