Midwest Book Review: Red Rascal’s War A Doonesbury Book

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Red Rascal’s War: A Doonesbury Book offers a fine new collection continuing where Tee Time in Berzerkistan left off and packing in color cartoons on every page as it tells of wounded warriors who cope with injuries while Roland Hedley travels the world tweeting the news. Political and social observations pack a satire filled with pointed commentary and insights in comic form, making RED RASCAL’S WAR an enlightening, pivotal collection for any Doonesbury fan and for libraries catering to them.

Red Rascal’s War: A Doonesbury Book
G.B. Trudeau
Andrews McMeel Publishing
1130 Walnut Street
Kansas City MO 64106-2109
9781449408206, $19.99, www.andrewsandmcmeel.com

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