On reading your post I checked some internet sites to see if I could find a copy of 'War of the Running Dogs' advertised, but no luck. I think it was published in the 1950's. I read it during the 1960's. An excellent, readable book on the subject, but long out of print. Sorry, I cannot remember the name of the author.
Worth trying to track down a copy.
Ditto - it's an excellent read - picked up a paperback copy from eBay relatively cheaply.
Another good one to consider is "Jungle Green" by Arthur Campbell. The book is fiction, but based upon the author's own experiences as a company commmander with the Suffolk Regt during the Emergency. The copy I have was published in 1953 so it was certainly topical at the time.
Linked into this, has anyone has come across anything that refers to the role of the Loyals Regt during the Emergency? Edited to add - next time I'll read the previous post - thx brettarider - just checked out the net on the book you refer to & found the following: