A River in Borneo

A River in Borneo: A Tale of the East Indies

It is the summer of 1964 during the Far Eastern war euphemistically called ‘Confrontation’. A British Royal Marine patrol has orders to penetrate Indonesian Borneo to locate a river thought by Allied intelligence to be being used by the Indonesians to build up supplies before launching a major attack on Sarawak. Charged with this mission, Lieutenant Charles Kirton makes a most extraordinary discovery amid the dense mangrove swamps bordering river in Borneo.

Author: Richard Woodman

Publisher:‎ McBooks Press (October 15, 2021)

Review from Yachting Monthly


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