Me Too (The Bandy Papers #5)
by Donald Jack
Back home in Gallop to set up an aircraft company after the First World War, Bandy finds himself having to get involved in all sorts of unsavoury business, from rum-running to running for Parliament, before he finally finds himself running from the law. "Me Too" is volume five of Donald Jack's award-winning series about flying ace Bartholomew Bandy.
Published October 1st 2012 by Sybertooth Inc
(first published January 1st 1983)
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Novelist, playwright, and scriptwriter. Best known for his "Bandy Papers" novels about WWI ace Bartholomew Bandy, which won Jack the Leacock award three times for volumes of the series. Also penned the first modern play performed at the Stratford Festival of Canada, and wrote numerous scripts for television and radio.More about Donald Jack...