The Pencilled Message
By Carole McEntee-Taylor
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Published: Nov. 04, 2011
Words: 83,319 (approximate)
The Pencilled Message is the second volume in the Cat & The Nightingale Saga, the docu-drama version of The Weekend Trippers, the true story of Rifleman Ted Taylor and the heroic last stand in Calais May 1940. Based on the diares and conversations of both Ted and Brenda, his fiancee, a nurse in London, this is the story of their war.
Still not knowing whether Ted is alive or dead Brenda buries herself in work. The hospitals are full of wounded from Dunkirk and other evacuations from Europe and the threat of invasion is never far from the surface of all their thoughts.
Life for Ted has grown steadily worse as the forced march across Europe continues. However Ted is still determined to let Brenda know he is alive so he hatches a plan. Now all he needs is some help.
By now Marcel and his friends are on the outskirts of Calais, but are they too late? Or is he just in time to provide Ted with the help he needs?
Whilst the details of Ted’s plan are real, the circumstances and story of how it succeeded are unknown and can only be guessed. The romantic in me would love to think it was someone like Marcel who came to his aid.
, world war two
, prisoners of war
, france 1940
, stalag xxab
, free french
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