The Jungle Is Neutral
by F. Spencer Chapman
Corgi Books, 1973, ISBN 0552093084, paperback
Very Good Condition
'For over three years, Colonel Spencer Chapman lived in the Malayan Jungle, harassing the Japanese, training the Chinese guerillas, undertaking the most hazardous marches. Twice he was captured, twice he escaped. He suffered at various times from black-water fever, pneumonia, and tick-typhus, as alternatives or additions to chronic malaria
This is Colonel Chapman's story, and it is one of great courage, endurance and enterprise - one of the most memorable books of World War II.'