The Rabbit Hunter
Athens, April 1941. Adolf Hitler has conquered most of Europe, and he’s now turning his attention to the Balkans. Unstoppable Wehrmacht is unleashed on Greece. Standing in its way, on the imposing slopes of Mount Olympus, are soldiers of the New Zealand Division, including a sharp shooter in the person of Second Lieutenant Neil Rankin.
This fictional story places Ranking and his platoon at the heart of these actual events. The Greek nation’s unfolding disaster, and the humour, farce, personal hurt and tragedy experienced by men at war are detailed in this well written debut novel.
This is a large softcover book written by Christopher Worth contains over 350 pages.