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Soldier on the Hill

The hole was moving! The walls were falling down… there was a rope under his arms. There was a face above. An anxious face, yelling something down to him, something he didn’t understand. A strange face, with something wrong about the eyes. tanned skin, unshaven, black hair a bit too long. Joey knows there is a Japanese soldier hiding in the hills. It was a Japanese man, a soldier, who hauled him out of the mine shaft, who lit the fire to bring the searchers, and then disappeared.

But nobody believes Joey. After all, it is World War 2 and children have nightmares. Joey knows he will have to find the soldier himself – must find him. Could he be part of the invasion force? Could he be sending messages to waiting submarines?

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