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MASH Goes to New Orleans (M*A*S*H #3)

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The Battle of New Orleans Revisited

The whole MASH gang--Hawkeye, Trapper, Hot Lips and the rest--hit New Orleans to attend the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society convention.

But that's just the beginning.

It may take years for the Crescent City to recover from the gang's outrageous brand of medical madness--and their boozing, cruising and cutting up all the wa
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Mass Market Paperback, 189 pages
Published January 1975 by Pocket
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Meaghan Buchanan
Feb 12, 2015 Meaghan Buchanan rated it liked it
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This is probably my least favourite of all of Hooker's M*A*S*H books. Everything was still funny, but there were too many new characters and a few too many "coincidences".
Benn
Feb 14, 2015 Benn rated it it was ok
Not the worst thing I read, but far from the best. "M*A*S*H Goes to New Orleans" is a rambling novel with barely anything resembling a plot in it. Much of the comedy relies on slapstick, which works better in a visual medium than a literary one. Some of the chronology contradicts the original novel (Shaking Sammy was a temporary replacement for Father Mulcahy in the original book, Frank Burns was a Captain, not a Major, when assigned to the 4077th, etc.), thus making this book, if not the rest o ...more
Barry
Aug 28, 2015 Barry rated it it was ok
Very light enjoyable comedy with the slightly older MASH team. My only problem is that this is pertinent to the TV show rather than the original novel.
Christopher Rush
Jul 23, 2011 Christopher Rush rated it really liked it
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Nice to see some of the gang back together again. Not quite as saucy as some of the later installments.
Rick Hamell
MASH - but after the war. Same joking and tom foolery, but Hawkeye and Trapper come out in the end.
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Jul 13, 2012 Lynda rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed rereading this. I will probably reread more of the series soon.
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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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