SAM SMALL FLIES AGAIN by Eric Knight

SAM SMALL FLIES AGAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

More ""flying Yorkshireman"" adventures, these amusing tales of the shrewd, live witted and begulling Sam Small. How Sam confounds his wife with his dual personality, as one Sam stays at home and the other in off to the pub; how he discovers he can fly -- and star America; how he changes Flurry, his talking girl, into a lassie and his reputation while Mully is away; how he finds himself as Rudolph Hess, in Germany, he is responsible for the flight to England to foil an invasion; and other unaccountable experiences. Foolery -- fable -- hard-headed sagacity, in a blend which makes a good bid for wide appeal despite its being told in the vernacular.

Pub Date: March 5th, 1942
Publisher: Harper