[WWI] Derek Robinson

Buz Pezold pezo8481 at bellsouth.net
Fri Aug 27 20:14:53 EDT 2004


Will,

     Like you, I have not read "DAMNED GOOD SHOW" either.  Since it is by
Derek Robinson, I say the title says it all:  "Damned good"!

Buz

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Subject: [WWI] Derek Robinson


Tracy, Neil, Buz:

Kudos to your literary preferences! :-) I greatly enjoyed all the D.
Robinson books also, although I have not yet read "Damned Good Show":
What is it about?

Another good read is "A Good Clean Fight", which traces Hornet Squadron
and some of it's surviving members to the next war, flying P-40's in the
Western Desert and the birth of the SAS. Chronologically after "Piece of
Cake". Good stuff.

Will

pezo8481 at bellsouth.net wrote:
>
> Tracy and Neil,
>
>      Absolutley!  Derek Robinson to me is always an enjoyable read.  Have
you read the 3rd installment of his WW1 trilogy?  It's called "HORNET'S
STING".  Chronologically it is sandwiched between "WAR STORY" and "GOSHAWK
SQUADRON".  I wish more of his stories would come to the 'Big Screen'.
>
> Buz

> >
> > Neil,
> > Nice to see another fan of D. Robinson (I am assuming
> > you are enjoying the book, aren't I??). I love his
> > stuff, very witty and quick with great characters and
> > action. For those who are inclined, Derek Robinson
> > writes fiction that reads like non-fiction should! OT
> > titles include "Goshawk Squadron" and "War Story" but
> > most will know him from "Piece of Cake."
> > cheers, tracy
> >
> > Neil Reading?? :)
> > NR: "Dammed Good Show"  - D. Robinson




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