Review: SHOT AT DAWN by John Wilson

Canadian Bookworm recently read and reviewed Shot at Dawn by John Wilson for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an example:

The story is told as a reminiscence of young Allan as he awaits death by firing squad the following morning. He is kept company by a young officer who he asks to take down his story.

Read the full review.

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