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Literary Review and Spectator reviews

Crucible of Hell has received more praise. ‘Written with verve and style,’ notes Malcom Murfett in the Literary Review. ‘If you like your war bold and bloody, its here in abundance… David brings the ghastly mayhem of war to life in a vivid way. You can almost feel the ghoulishness of Hacksaw Ridge and smell the stench of death in the caves cut into the Shuri Heights.’ Jay Elwes adds in The Spectator: ‘Superbly researched, well-written book.’ For the full reviews, click here and here

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