Author Archives: Richard Hilton

TEN WORLD WAR TWO NOVELS YOU MAY NOT HAVE HEARD OF BUT SHOULD READ

People have been writing fiction about the Second World War for seventy years. There were novels written during the war, in its immediate aftermath, in the fifties, sixties, seventies and so on. They’re still being published today. Many of them … Continue reading

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