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Mash Goes to Morocco (M*A*S*H #6)

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Infidels Abroad

Hawkeye, Trapper, and Hot Lips--with the misguided connivance of the US State Department--descended on Merry Morocco. Abetted by a royal prince, a drunken sheikh, a ravishing blonde diplomat, and a wacked-out cast of international misfits, the fun-loving medics unleash their own zany brand of chaos on the unsuspecting Arabs.
Mass Market Paperback, 237 pages
Published January 1976 by Pocket Books (Mm)
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Benn Allen
Jun 07, 2016 rated it did not like it
On the front cover of this book are the words, "The TV Smash Hit Series". On the back, "The laugh-riot TV series", followed by a listing of the stars of the TV series in question, "M*A*S*H*". The list includes Mike Farrell (BJ Hunnicutt), Harry Morgan (Colonel Potter) and Jamie Farr (Maxwell Q. Klinger). None of those three characters ever appeared in a "M*A*S*H" novel. The cover blurbs are misleading. None of the "M*A*S*H" novels have anything to do with the classic TV show. The series was its ...more
Mark Woodland
Jul 28, 2011 rated it did not like it
This will be my representative review for all the "M*A*S*H Goes to...." books except "M*A*S*H Goes to Maine", which is a reasonably acceptable sequel to the original. I read most if not all of these others in high school, where we M*A*S*H fans traded them around and competed to see who could read them all first. Other than adding a funny character or two in each book, they're not worth the time. They're formulaic and poorly written, and literally scream "out to make a buck", since they were rele ...more
Christopher Rush
Jul 23, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: m-a-s-h-fiction
Has the least amount of Hawkeye and Trapper (and Margaret) of the series to this point, so it might disappoint from that perspective, but it is enjoyable in its way - though it has its silliness, it doesn't seem to have as much as London. It seems this entry is intended more for the fans of the created supporting cast than for fans of the MASH characters. Perhaps that is why the following book, Las Vegas, brings back Radar and Father Mulcahy more (though Mulcahy is most in New Orleans) - the ser ...more
May 01, 2009 rated it did not like it
Shelves: abandoned
I love the TV show but can't stand the movie or the books. WTF?
Lewis Alderton
Mar 06, 2014 rated it did not like it
It tried too hard to be funny - and failed
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Richard Hooker is the pseudonym of Hiester Richard Hornberger Jr. who was born February 1, 1924 and died November 4, 1997. He was an American writer and surgeon. His most famous work was his novel MASH (1968). The novel was based on his own personal experiences during the Korean War at the 8055th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. It was written in collaboration with W. C. Heinz. The novel took 11 yea ...more
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