Sabah: Opus Publications, 2008. (Originally published in 1946). New facsimile reprint, pp xvi, illustrated with line drawings by the author, paperback, a very good copy. [This is a touching sequel to the first book, Land Below the Wind, where Keith wrote of her early impressions and experiences in Borneo. Three Came Home is as different as war is to peace. It recounts the internment of Agnes Keith and her son as prisoners-of-war during the Japanese Occupation of Borneo. It is an unforgettable journey of the human heart as the book weaves through periods of emotional despair, hatred, desperation, resignation, and finally, mere documentation of a war that changed the lives of thousands who lived through it. This story was written on pieces of paper stored in secret hiding places and assembled when Borneo was finally liberated. The end of the war did not bring the end of her relationship with Borneo. She returned and much later published White Man Returns, th6.99e concluding part of a trilogy on her life on this island.]
Book as clean pages throughout and securely bound.Crease to the corners of the front cover,otherwise condition good.Printed in 2008.