MOSQUITO COAST by Peter Kennagh

MOSQUITO COAST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A young Irishman and his cousin, journey through the jungles of Spanish Honduras and casually, delightfully, tells of their trip. Meeting Indians, encountering all sorts of amazing traveling companions, and methods of travel, this record of ""an unjustified piece of elaborate and protracted inquisitiveness"" is very reminiscent of Peter Fleming in its sense of the hilarious situations in which they find themselves. For those who like their adventure lighthearted.

Pub Date: Jan. 25th, 1938
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin