Meticulous biography... Sandes did not fight for ideology, but for excitement and camaraderie. --Ben Macintyre, The Times
Miller's prose is clear, and she writes with passion about her subject, injecting a Saturday morning picture-house feel to Flora's exploits on the Serbian front line. It is this that makes the book a bracing narrative, appealing to the general reader... endnotes, and a thorough bibliography of primary and secondary sources, also give the book academic substance. --The Scotsman
"This is an inspiring story, meticulously researched and referenced, of courageous women whose presence made a difference to an embattled and courageous country." --The Scots Magazine
About the Author
English-born (1968), largely Canadian-educated, Louise Miller has Master's degrees in politics and law. A Fine Brother is her first book. She has been recently involved with a documentary on the subject of the work of British women in Serbia during the First World War, which was shown in February 2011 on Serbia's RTS 2 to an audience of one million.