Tomorrow to be brave

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Bantam, Nov 15, 2000 - History - 287 pages
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TOMORROW TO BE BRAVE: A Memoir of the Only Woman Ever to Serve in the French Foreign Legion

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An extravagant tale of war and romance, with a decided emphasis on the latter.Now in her 90s, Travers writes in an "I shall never forget" mode. With remarkable recall, she describes her cold English ... Read full review

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At age 91, Travers decided that she could finally write the autobiography of her life and her part in the French Foreign Legion because all the principal people have passed away. Travers spent her ... Read full review


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Wendy Holden was born in London, England in 1961. She was a reporter for eighteen years and worked for the London Daily Telegraph for the last ten of those years. She has written over fifteen non-fiction books including Tomorrow to the Brave, Behind Enemy Lines, Till the Sun Grows Cold, A Lotus Grows in the Mud, and Memories Are Made of This. She has also written the novelizations of the movies The Full Monty and Waking Ned. Her first novel, The Sense of Paper, was written using the name Taylor Holden.

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