The Dodger: The Extraordinary Story of Churchill's Cousin and the Great Escape by Tim Caroll - 336 pages
The book was highly variable in its appeal. The first half covering pre-World War II was bare bones information and dry reading. Once the point of Dodge's life in World War II was reached, it become more interesting but the focus was equally split between Dodge and his four main companions. Worth reading? Yes. Is there something better? Probably.