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COLONEL EFFINGHAM'S RAID (edition 1943)

by Berry Fleming

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Satire at its gentlest and best and humor at its richest mark this story of a blustery retired military officer who mounts his final campaign against those self-appointed and elected guardians of the public good (and the taxpayer's purse strings) who are guilty of the sort of petty graft and private enrichment endemic in the mythical, sleepy, southern town of Fredricksville, Georgia.… (more)
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Title:COLONEL EFFINGHAM'S RAID
Authors:Berry Fleming
Info:DUELL, SLOAN & PEARCE (1943), Edition: First Edtion, Unknown Binding
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Colonel Effingham's Raid by Berry Fleming

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Story set in a fictional small Georgia town. Based on Augusta, Ga.
Weak ending.
  Flossie | Nov 30, 2009 |
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Satire at its gentlest and best and humor at its richest mark this story of a blustery retired military officer who mounts his final campaign against those self-appointed and elected guardians of the public good (and the taxpayer's purse strings) who are guilty of the sort of petty graft and private enrichment endemic in the mythical, sleepy, southern town of Fredricksville, Georgia.

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