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MASH Goes to San Francisco (M*A*S*H #10)

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Published by Amereon Limited (first published November 1976)
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Don LaFountaine
I think I read this book out of order, and maybe that is why I was not fond of it.

I did not find this book anywhere near as funny as the others I have read. I found the jokes to be old and worn. Also, many of the "footnotes" at the bottom of the pages were plugs for the other "MASH Goes to..." books. I may have missed some information later on as after the 5th time I read a plug, I simply ignored the footnotes. Finally, though it did have some characters in San Francisco for a few moments, the
Christopher Rush
Despite the unfortunate nickname of the latest "Juliet"-character, San Francisco is a pretty good M*A*S*H book, considering its lateness in the series. Like others in the series, the book is mostly set-up: it takes them about 160 pages to get to San Francisco, and once they are there, the book just about ends. Other stock elements are there, but in slightly different ways: as mentioned, there is another pair of "fall-in-love-immediately" new characters and telegrams that move the plot to its con ...more
Sabrina Robinson
I picked this up for a fun, light read. I love all things MASH, and there were certainly a few good laughs, but I found myself getting distracted while reading it - just not as engaging as I was hoping for. The "Church" that Hot Lips has founded is an interesting development, but overall, I think I enjoy the TV series more!
These books by Butterworth picked up after Mash goes to Maine when Hooker did not want to write anymore. They were much in the spirit of the tv series.
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H. Richard Hornberger was an American writer and surgeon who wrote under the pseudonym Richard Hooker. His most famous work was his novel MASH (1968), based on his experiences during the Korean War and written in collaboration with W. C. Heinz. It was later used as the basis for a critically and commercially successful movie (1970) and television series (1972–1983).

A series of books were published
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