MOONRAKERS AND MISCHIEF by G. J. Feakes

MOONRAKERS AND MISCHIEF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Would-be Wodehouse-trionics for a preposterous bit of flumdiddle involves a silly suitor, a gorgon of a mother-in-law-to-be, inept spies, a wandering briefcase, a little boy -- ""ar Ron"" -- center spot, a local top secret (The Colonel), and assorted village affairs. Mistaken identities, a rural fete, a couple of romances, and the potency of a family wine add to the confusion. Over taxed.

Publisher: Ives Washburn