The Unmutual Reviews: "George Markstein and The Prisoner", edited by Roger Goodman.
ISBN: 978-0992905415

"Very impressive - an essential purchase for Prisoner fans" - Steven Paul Davies, author of 'The Prisoner Handbook'

""Long overdue in my opinion ... it's impressively researched and very informative. I'm sure the man himself would have been impressed, as well as chuckling at the tantalisingly enigmatic portrait that we're left with" - Robert Fairclough, author of 'The Prisoner: The Official Companion to the Classic TV Series'.

"Thoroughly enjoyed. Fascinating especially to have some more light shed on the mysterious Markstein. Beautifully presented too, really high quality. Lovely item to have in my collection. Kudos to you!" - Rupert Booth, author of the Patrick McGoohan biography 'Not A Number'

"I’d just like to express my appreciation of your splendid “Prisoner” book. I learnt so much from it and feel that the work really fills a gap in the literature on the series. Before I read your book, the most information that I had ever found about George Markstein in one place was in the Appendix of Robert Fairclough’s first volume of “Prisoner” scripts, and that amounts to a mere dozen pages. I was particularly impressed at how you use evidence from different sources when considering the “for” and “against” perspectives on the various arguments. If I had to describe your book in a phrase it would be “informative, well balanced and nicely judged”. It’s also beautifully illustrated! My knowledge of “The Prisoner” today would be significantly poorer without it." - Andrew K Shenton, author of 'Unique But Similar: The Prisoner Compared'

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