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A Song for Bahau

A Song for Bahau

ISBN-13: 9781796003635
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1942-The Japanese Imperial Army had bombed Singapore, crippling its British colonisers. The British surrender, leaving the citizens to survive under their villainous Japanese conquerors. Diminishing food supplies on the ravished island led the Japanese to set up farming colonies in Malaya. Suspicious of the Eurasian community, the Japanese deceive Eurasian families into relocating to a disease-plagued acreage in the jungles of Malaya. Under the watchful eye of ruthless Japanese guards, the group slave on impoverished soil to eke out a living. Malnutrition, diseases, and death ravage the Eurasian detainees. The Japanese deliberately keep life-giving medicine for themselves. Joe Monteiro soon finds himself relentlessly pursued by the Japanese in the treacherous jungle. Maria, the girl he loves, is in the throes of death. Facing death himself, Joe must get the quinine to her . . . before it's too late. The Japanese and the jungle stand in his way. "If the Japs don't finish him, the jungle will."

  • | Author: Richard De Souza
  • | Publisher: Xlibris AU
  • | Publication Date: Jul 31, 2019
  • | Number of Pages: 342 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Paperback
  • | ISBN-10: 1796003638
  • | ISBN-13: 9781796003635
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