How to say is this your book, mike? in Japanese

1)これこれ(kore) (int) hey/oi/yo、(、) Japanese commaあなたあなた(anata) (pn,adj-no) youの(no) (prt) indicates possessive/nominalizes verbs and adjectives/substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases/indicates a confident conclusion/ indicates emotional emphasis/indicates question本(hon) (n) book/volume/script/this/present/main/head/real/regular/counter for long cylindrical things/counter for films, tv shows, etc./counter for goals, home runs, etc.なのなの(nano) (exp) used to make an assertion/ used to ask a question、(、) Japanese commaマイクマイク(maiku) (n) mike/mic/microphone?(?) Japanese question mark    
kore 、 anatano hon nano 、 maiku ?
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