‘Hell On A Hill’ By Michael Vallone

At the Battle of the Somme, World War 1, a British charge ensues, right into German machine gun fire and artillery fire. Private Cillian Kelly charges through no-man’s land with his comrades. On a small hill he meets destiny, that force beyond human control. War is hell, so is that little hill at Delville Wood. But hell isn’t only the realm of the dead, but also of the living. And here war isn’t the only hell, as Private Kelly soon finds out.

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