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Enemy Brothers

by Constance Savery


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Flying Officer George Dymory Ingleford is a man with a mission. Since his baby brother Anthony was kidnapped at 18 months old, young 'Dym' has never given up his hope or his search. Now an officer in the RAF, he can no longer take his search into war-torn Germany where he believes Tony, who would now be 12 years old, to have been taken.
But unexpected circumstances bring Max Eckermann into England, instead, where Dym identifies him as his lost little brother and takes him home.
Max is a 'thorough-going little Nazi', in the words of Dym's brother, Ginger Ingleford. Max is by no means convinced that he is the lost Ingleford boy, and demands to be returned to his beloved Germany - impossible in the tangle of war. So he undertakes to disturb the Ingleford household, attempt regular escapes, and hate Dym with all of his heart...or so he thinks. The Inglefords all love and accept him without question - but it is Dym who he knows he can never escape...Dym, with the steely hands that will never let him go. But he will never, never, never believe that he is Anthony Ingleford.


British airman Dym Ingle-ford is convinced that the young German prisoner, Max Eckermann, is his brother Anthony who was kidnapped years before. Raised in the Nazi ideology, Tony has by chance tumbled into British hands. Dym has brought him back, at least temporarily, to the family he neither remembers nor will acknowledge as his own. As Tony keeps attempting to escape, his stubborn anger is whittled away by the patient kindness he finds at the White Priory. Then, just as he is resigning himself to stay with this English family, a new chance suddenly opens for him to return home--to Germany! "Enemy Brothers, written in the early years of World War II, gives an inside view of the confusion war brings and of the triumph of the human spirit in the midst of it. Size 0.78" H x 8.51" L x 5.56" W, 287 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9781883937508
Author Constance Savery
Age Group 10-13
Book Type paperback

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