JOHN GOLDFARB, PLEASE COME HOME!

£7.50

THE U.2 FLIGHT THAT SHOOK THE WORLD WITH LAUGHTER

 

William Peter Blatty. Panther Books, UK, 1963, Softcover, 189 pages.

 

 

Black cover blurb:

 

John Goldfarb, PLEASE come home (signed) Mother

 

...pleads the C.I.A. through the personal columns of the world's press when Goldfarb disappears on a U-2 sortie over you-know-where. ButGoldfarb - nick-named 'Wrong-Way'  because during the Korean War he led his flight to a safe landing on a Communist airfield --- is busy coaching a football team of Fauzi arabs. Goldfarb in fact has done it again. And when the Fauzis threaten to dispatch him to where he was meant to have flown unless they beat a visiting ace American team an international crisis looms. What happens then is too unexpected to give away, except to say that sex intevines in the form of Jenny 'Iceberg' Ericson---soon due to melt in the amorous heart of the harem.

 

Crazy? May be. But it will have you helpless with laughter right up to the whacky ending.

 

 

Condition: Good, Books pages are tanned with age throughout and there is a small pen mark on the front cover.


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