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It's Me Again (The Bandy Papers Book 3) Paperback – 10 Aug 2017
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"Bartholomew Bandy is back. Cross, outrageous and lovable." * Vancouver Sun * "Jack does more than play it for laughs . . . The mingling of humor and horror is like a clown tap-dancing on a coffin, but Jack is skillful enough to get away with it." * Time Magazine * "Bartholomew Bandy is the most remarkable hero (or anti-hero) since Harold Lloyd impersonated the Freshman." * Chicago Tribune * "To know Bandy is to love him . . . you tend to gallop through and come hurtling out at the end panting for more." * The Sunday Sun * "I enjoyed every word . . . terrifically funny." -- P.G. Wodehouse
About the Author
Donald Lamont Jack was born in Radcliffe, England,on December 6, 1924. He attended Bury Grammar School in Lancashire, and later Marr College, Troon (from which he was briefly evicted after writing an injudicious letter to the editor).
From 1943 to 1947 he served in the Royal Air Force as an AC, or aircraftsman, working in radio communications. During his military service Jack was stationed in a variety of locales, though he concentrated on places beginning with the letter B : Belgium, Berlin, and Bahrain. After de-mobbing, he participated in amateur dramatics with The Ellis Players, and worked for several years in Britain, but he had by then grown weary of B -countries and decided to move on to the C s. Thus, in 1951, Jack emigrated to Canada.
In 1962 he published his first novel, Three Cheers for Me, about fictional Canadian First World War air-ace Bartholomew Wolfe Bandy. Three Cheers for Me won the Leacock Medal for Humour in 1963, but additional volumes did not appear until a decade later when a revised version of the book was published, along with a second volume, That s Me in the Middle, which won Jack a second Leacock Medal in 1974. He received a third award in 1980 for Me Bandy, You Cissie.
Jack returned to live in England in 1986, where he continued to work on additional volumes in the Bandy series. He died on June 2, 2003. His final novel, Stalin vs. Me, was first published posthumously in 2005.
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3 December 2017
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I'm thoroughly enjoying the 'Bandy' series - well researched background and written with confidence and a great sense of fun. As an author, I know this is a difficult balance in a novel about a time of war but Donald Jack manages it superbly well.
24 May 2017
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Very funny. He not only seems to be very knowledgeable about the war, the Russian revolution and flying and those early planes but his characters are straight out of Laurel and Hardy
28 May 2010
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Well pleased with this book and the speed of delivery. I was delighted to find the 3rd Bandy Papers book having read volume one (Three Cheers for Me) and volume two (That's Me in the Middle) and found them to be so amusing. I can recommend them if you want a good laugh from start to finish.
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