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MASH Goes to London (M*A*S*H #5)

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Paperback, 207 pages
Published May 28th 1975 by Pocket Books
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Christopher Rush
Not quite as good as the earlier books - the new characters tend to overshadow too much, especially toward the end, but still has its moments. This is the first to use footnotes and refer to previous books by name directly. The beginning of the book is perhaps the most enjoyable part - not the aboard ship part, but the scene of Boris and Hassan fishing, with Boris getting a fly caught in his backside, thus forcing him to seek medical aid in Spruce Harbor. The quiet times in Spruce Harbor, especi ...more
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