That's Me in the Middle
by Donald Jack
The sequel to Three Cheers for Me.
Bartholemew Bandy spends the main part of the book as a Colonel in the Air Ministry - jumped up a couple ranks by an unconventional minister, and being a complete ass about his promotion. Sure, he's Bandy and he's always an ass ... but sometimes he's an improbably likeable ass. Just ... never in this book. I don't like this book - I mentioned that in the review of the previous book, and it's still true although I hadn't read this in a long time. Bandy's relatively short time in the bicycle brigade (after his inevitable and spectacular fall from grace and demotion) is one of the few enjoyable sections.