MARK ONE: THE DUMMY by John Ball

MARK ONE: THE DUMMY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Edwin Nesbitt, the creator of successful books about an agent Mark Day--a sort of printout of James Bond--is on a world tour promoting his books when his attache case is lifted, and when he finds himself slipping in and out of the identity of Mark Day and is also attended by Celestine Van Damm, his other creation in that series who promises to stick around Edwin-Mark for a long time. It's hard to say who the real dummy is--unless you like punctilious naivete and hokey whimsy in a form which should least encourage them.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1974
Publisher: Little, Brown