Caroline Freeman-Cuerden has an undergraduate degree in Latin and a masters in Classics and Ancient History. She has taught English in Brazil, Portugal and South Korea. A lifelong animal lover, she became even more interested in the human relationship with animals after trying to save the lives of the two dogs who lived on her Korean roof (yes, the roof). Caroline is the author of Veterans’ Voices: Coventry’s Unsung Heroes of the Second World War. She lives in the Midlands, UK. Her latest book is called: Battle Elephants and Flaming Foxes.
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