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Posted by: Agnar Posted on: 01. Aug 2010 at 01:45
I have read and reread all of the books countless times. I love them! My Grandfather was a warrant officer at Borden.
Posted by: gbawpg Posted on: 29. Jun 2010 at 23:25
I read the Bandy papers as a teenager in the 70's and did not think of them again until now when I started to reread the series I inherited as part of my father's library.

I just finished Me Too and the parallels to today's politicians are uncanny.

Donald Jack's phraseology is magnificent and great to read in an age of computer abreviations.