London: Collins, 1981. [Army Satire] RE-ISSUE, with cancel title page. Octavo (21 x 14cm), pp.219 . Barrie & Jenkins red cloth with gilt titles titles to spine. With the original Barrie & Jenkins dust-jacket, labelled over spine with 'Collins' and labelled over price and ISBN on flaps. A little toned to edges. Jacket price-clipped, with some rubbing and toning to spine and edges. Very good. Further MacAuslan adventures, following 'The General Danced at Dawn,' depicting a Highland Regiment around the time of the Second World War, written by the author of The Flashman Papers. This is an unusual copy, incorporating the original sheets, binding, and jacket of the 1974 first edition by Barrie & Jenkins, but featuring a cancel title page and some rough emendations to the jacket to make it part of the Collins re-issue in 1981. Item #59306
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