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  • Jill had money and was engaged to be married to Sir Derek Underhill. But when she suddenly becomes penniless, she finds herself no longer engaged. Refusing to be beaten, she heads for New York, with a smile that betrays a tinge of recklessness, to jo...


  • Being unaccustomed to owning a great deal of money, Sally hasn't got the hang of it yet. Which is why she agrees to backing a show written by her fiance Gerald and staged by her brother Fillmore. It seems like a good way of making them all happy... B...



  • P.G. Wodehouse was a British author best known for his humorous fiction. Wodehouse created many fictional characters that would become household names such as Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, and Psmith. Wodehouse was a prolific author who wrote from the time...


  • Sir P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975), English playwright and author created the fictional characters Bertie Wooster and Reginald Jeeves, starring in such works as The Inimitable Jeeves (1923), Carry On Jeeves (1925), Right Ho Jeeves (1934), Thank You, Jee...


  • Sir P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975), English playwright and author created the fictional characters Bertie Wooster and Reginald Jeeves, starring in such works as The Inimitable Jeeves (1923), Carry On Jeeves (1925), Right Ho Jeeves (1934), Thank You, Jee...


  • P. G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writers of the twentieth century, rightly admired throughout the world and translated into more than thirty languages. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series pres...


  • The Man Upstairs is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the U.K. on January 23, 1914. Including: The Man Upstairs, Something to Worry About, Deep Waters, When Doctors Disagree, By Advice of Council, Rough-Hew Them how...


  • Originally published as a serial in Chums under the pseudonym of Basil Windham, "The Luck Stone" is thoroughly Wodehouse with his trademark sticky situations, quirky characters, sly humour and wit, and of course, his renowned prose. All written in th...






  • Over Seventy is an “autobiography with digressions” (Wodehouse’s own words again), rich with the master’s reflections on America, his adopted home. ...


  • P.G. Wodehouse was a British author best known for his humorous fiction. Wodehouse created many fictional characters that would become household names such as Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, and Psmith. Wodehouse was a prolific author who wrote from the time...


  • P.G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century, rightly admired throughout the world and translated into more than thirty languages. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series pre...


  • P.G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century, rightly admired throughout the world and translated into more than thirty languages. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series pre...


  • P.G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century, rightly admired throughout the world and translated into more than thirty languages. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series pre...


  • Clarence Chugwater is not a Boy Scout for nothing. It is summer 1909 and everyone is too interested in country cricket to notice that England have been invaded by the Germans. And the Russians. And the Chinese. Not to mention a ‘boisterous band ...


  • THERE were three distinct stages in the evolution of Annette Brougham's attitude towards the knocking in the room above. In the beginning it had been merely a vague discomfort. Absorbed in the composition of her waltz, she had heard it almost subcons...


  • The Freddy the Pig books have long been considered classics of American children's literature and with each reissue by The Overlook Press, this wonderful pig is charming his way into the hearts of more and more readers, adults and children alike. In ...


  • These stories by P.G. Wodehouse, featuring his characters Reggie Pepper and Joan Romney, are collected here in book form for the first time. They originally appeared in magazines between 1905 and 1915. The text, edited by Patricia T. O’Conner and S...


  • "What luck?" inquired the Sage. "None to speak of," returned the other, moodily. "I thought I had bagged a small boy in a Lord Fauntleroy suit on the sixth, but he ducked. These children make me tired. They should be bowling their hoops in the road. ...


  • On a fine day in the spring, summer, or early autumn, there are few spots more delightful than the terrace in front of our Golf Club. It is a vantage-point peculiarly fitted to the man of philosophic mind: for from it may be seen that varied, never-e...


  • I want to tell you all about dear old Bobbie Cardew. It's a most interesting story. I can't put in any literary style and all that; but I don't have to, don't you know, because it goes on its Moral Lesson. If you're a man you mustn't miss it, because...


  • THE traveller champed meditatively at his steak. He paid no attention to the altercation which was in progress between the waiter and the man at the other end of the dingy room. The sounds of strife ceased. The waiter came over to the traveller's tab...


  • Dear old Freddie, don't you know, has been a dear old pal of mine for years and years; so when I went into the club one morning and found him sitting alone in a dark corner, staring glassily at nothing, and generally looking like the last rose of sum...


  • I'm not absolutely certain of my facts, but I rather fancy it's Shakespeare-or, if not, it's some equally brainy lad-who says that it's always just when a chappie is feeling particularly top-hole, and more than usually braced with things in general t...


  • Jeeves-my man, you know-is really a most extraordinary chap. So capable. Honestly, I shouldn't know what to do without him. On broader lines he's like those chappies who sit peering sadly over the marble battlements at the Pennsylvania Station in the...


  • Looking back, I may say that, so far as I was mixed up in it, the thing began at seven o'clock in the morning, when I was aroused from a dreamless sleep by the dickens of a scrap in progress outside my state-room door. The chief ingredients were a fe...


  • A GIRL stood on the shingle that fringes Millbourne Bay, gazing at the red roofs of the little village across the water. She was a pretty girl, small and trim. Just now some secret sorrow seemed to be troubling her, for on her forehead were wrinkles ...


  • IT is possible that, at about the time at which this story opens, you may have gone into the Hotel Belvoir for a hair-cut. Many people did; for the young man behind the scissors, though of a singularly gloomy countenance, was undoubtedly an artist in...


  • Not George Washington is a semi-autobiographical novel by P. G. Wodehouse, written in collaboration with Herbert Westbrook. It was first published in the U.K. in 1907. The book is a humorous, fictionalized account of Wodehouse's early years as a jour...






  • IT was to Wilson, his valet, with whom he frequently chatted in airy fashion before rising of a morning, that Rollo Finch first disclosed his great idea. Wilson was a man of silent habit, and men of silent habit rarely escaped Rollo's confidences. 'W...


  • ARCHIBALD MEALING was one of those golfers in whom desire outruns performance. Nobody could have been more willing than Archibald. He tried, and tried hard. Every morning before he took his bath he would stand in front of his mirror and practise swin...


  • Now that it's all over, I may as well admit that there was a time during the rather funny affair of Rockmetteller Todd when I thought that Jeeves was going to let me down. The man had the appearance of being baffled. Jeeves is my man, you know. Offic...



  • THE main difficulty in writing a story is to convey to the reader clearly yet tersely the natures and dispositions of one's leading characters. Brevity, brevity-that is the cry. Perhaps, after all, the play-bill style is the best. In this drama of lo...


  • ANY man under thirty years of age who tells you he is not afraid of an English butler lies. He may not show his fear. Outwardly he may be brave-aggressive even, perhaps to the extent of calling the great man 'Here ' or 'Hi ' But, in his heart, when h...


  • Rutherford Maxwell was an Englishman, and the younger son of an Englishman; and his lot was the lot of the younger sons all the world over. He was by profession one of the numerous employees of the New Asiatic Bank, which has its branches all over th...


  • IT was Harold who first made us acquainted, when I was dining one night at the Cafe Britannique, in Soho. It is a peculiarity of the Cafe Britannique that you will always find flies there, even in winter. Snow was falling that night as I turned in at...


  • ALTHOUGH this story is concerned principally with the Man and the Maid, the Miasma pervades it to such an extent that I feel justified in putting his name on the bills. Webster's Dictionary gives the meaning of the word 'miasma' as 'an infection floa...


  • MARK you, I am not defending James Datchett. I hold no brief for James. On the contrary, I am very decidedly of the opinion that he should not have done it. I merely say that there were extenuating circumstances. Just that. Ext. circ. Nothing more. L...


  • OWEN BENTLEY was feeling embarrassed. He looked at Mr Sheppherd, and with difficulty restrained himself from standing on one leg and twiddling his fingers. At one period of his career, before the influence of his uncle Henry had placed him in the Lon...


  • PAUL BOIELLE was a waiter. The word 'waiter' suggests a soft-voiced, deft-handed being, moving swiftly and without noise in an atmosphere of luxury and shaded lamps. At Bredin's Parisian Cafe and Restaurant in Soho, where Paul worked, there were none...


  • THE clock struck five-briskly, as if time were money. Ruth Warden got up from her desk and, having put on her hat, emerged into the outer office where M. Gandinot received visitors. M. Gandinot, the ugliest man in Roville-sur-Mer, presided over the l...


  • SOME time ago, when spending a delightful week-end at the ancestral castle of my dear old friend, the Duke of Weatherstonhope (pronounced Wop), I came across an old black-letter MS. It is on this that the story which follows is based. I have found it...


  • ONCE upon a time there was erected in Longacre Square, New York, a large white statue, labelled 'Our City', the figure of a woman in Grecian robes holding aloft a shield. Critical citizens objected to it for various reasons, but its real fault was th...


  • IN the crowd that strolled on the Promenade des Etrangers, enjoying the morning sunshine, there were some who had come to Roville for their health, others who wished to avoid the rigours of the English spring, and many more who liked the place becaus...


  • P.G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century, rightly admired throughout the world and translated into more than thirty languages. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series presen...


  • Whenever Uncle Fred arrives in London, problems get solved, true lovers are reunited, and his nephew Pongo goes into spasms. Frederick Altamont Cornwallis Twistleton, 5th Earl of Ickenham, better known as Uncle Fred, is back “to spread sweetness...


  • Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse was an English humourist and master of prose. He is widely admired by writers of every generation. He is best known for his Jeeves, Blandish Castle and Psmith Novels which feature foppish upper class eccentric character...







  • Following the death of Carmen Flores, the lubricious Mexican star, Adela Cork buys her Hollywood house. Hoping to escape from the domineering Adela, her brother-in-law Smedley, who has lived with her since losing his money, searches the house for Car...


  • The Collector's Wodehouse series continues --three more sparkling classics from the master of hijinks and social comedy P. G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century. Launched on the twenty-fifth annivers...


  • Freddie Widgeon wants the money to buy shares in a coffee plantation in Kenya so that he can marry Sally Foster. Soapy and Dolly Molloy want to get their hands on a cache of stolen jewels hidden in the house of Freddie's neighbour in the suburb of Va...



  • At Beckford College, where the pupils seem to be spending most of their time playing cricket, Gethryn is faced with this younger uncle arriving at the school....




  • P. G. Wodehouse is recognized as the greatest English comic writer of the twentieth century. His characters and settings have entered our language and our mythology. Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, the Overlook Wodehouse will e...


  • Love is a powerful spur, and Cyril Fotheringay-Phipps (known to his friends as Barmy) invests his modest fortune in a stage production, encouraged by his admiration for the delectable Miss Dinty Moore. And so he demonstrates that affairs of the heart...


  • Fellow writers Ashe Marson and Joan Valentine, newly met and both in need of a change of direction, find themselves drawn to Blandings, for various reasons attempting to retrieve a scarab belonging to an American millionaire, absent-mindedly purloine...



  •  Blandings collectionThe ivied walls of Blandings Castle have seldom glowed as sunnily as in these wonderful stories -- but there are snakes in the rolling parkland ready to nip Clarence, the absent-minded Ninth Earl of Emsworth, when he least expec...




  • Something Fishy is top-notch Wodehouse. When Keggs was a butler he eavesdropped on a meeting between his employer, J.J. Bunyan, and a covey of tycoons--J.J. and his associates each agreed to put up fifty-thousand dollars, the total to go to whichever...


  • The girl of the title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina "Billie" Bennet, and the three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a lily-livered poet who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and ...





  • The heroine here, Jill Mariner, is a young woman from the lower end of the upper class. We follow her through financial disaster, a broken engagement, an awkward stay with some grasping relatives, employment as a chorus girl, and of course, the findi...


  • Sam the Sudden chronicles Spike Murphy, of the John B. Pyneet Export and Import Company's heroic contest for the Office Boys' High-Kicking Championship's final against a willowy youth from the Consolidated Eyebrow Tweezer and Nail File Corporation....


  •  P.G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was perhaps the most widely acclaimed British humorist of the twentieth century. Throughout his career, he brilliantly examined the complex and idiosyncratic nature of English upper-crust society with hilarious insight an...



  • The fall brings four more antic novels from comic genius, P. G. Wodehouse. In Picadilly Jim (soon to be a major motion picture), Jimmy Crocker has a scandalous reputation on both sides of the Atlantic and must do an about-face to win back the woman o...



  • The story was substantially revised and expanded for publication as a book under the title The Intrusion of Jimmy, by W.J. Watt and Co., New York, in 1910. It was serialized under that title in the British weekly magazine Tit-Bits in September before...


  • The world knows little of its greatest women, and it is possible that Mrs. Porter's name is not familiar to you. If this is the case, I am pained, but not surprised. If you are ignorant of Lora Delane Porter's books that is your affair. Perhaps you a...


  • The action begins with playboy bachelor Jimmy Pitt in New York; having fallen in love on a transatlantic liner, he befriends a small-time burglar and breaks into a police captain's house as a result of a bet. The cast of characters head to England, a...


  • The painful case of G. Montgomery Chapple, bachelor, of Seymour's house, Wrykyn. Let us examine and ponder over it. It has been well said that this is the age of the specialist. Everybody, if they wish to leave the world a better and happier place fo...


  • The story tells of how unscrupulous millionaire Benjamin Scobell decides to build a casino on the small Mediterranean island of Mervo, dragging in the unwitting heir to the throne to help. Little does he know that his stepdaughter Betty has history w...


  • It may be thought by some that in the pages which follow I have painted in too lurid colors the horrors of a foreign invasion of England. Realism in art, it may be argued, can be carried too far. I prefer to think that the majority of my readers will...


  • The year 1921, it will be remembered, was a trying one for the inhabitants of the United States. Every boat that arrived from England brought a fresh swarm of British lecturers to the country. Novelists, poets, scientists, philosophers, and plain, or...



  • When Sheen, a quiet and studious boy, finds himself facing a street brawl between boys of Wrykyn and those of St. Jude's, their sworn enemies, he slips away to safety to avoid the wrath of his masters. However, his cowardliness is noticed by his fell...


  • Fans of P. G. Wodehouse's comic genius are legion, and their devotion to his masterful command of hilarity borders on obsession. Overlook happily feeds the obsession with four more antic selections from the master. Blandings Castle is a collection o...


  • first introduced in Meet Mr. Mulliner, along with his endless supply of brothers, nephews, and cousins, who are featured in the tales Mulliner tells the regulars at his favorite pub, The Angler's Rest....


  • Written when he was 25, LOVE AMONG THE CHICKENS launched P.G. Wodehouse's career as a novelist and introduced the world to Uckridge, one of his most extraordinary inventions. Robert McCrum's introduction shows how this fascinating early book holds wi...


  • One of the greatest comedy writers of all time for classic humor, pure nostalgia, and lovers of farceSince Lord Emsworth first appeared, his shambling gait, incoherent English, and lack of stomach for a fight have persuaded friends and enemies alike ...



  • Gussie Fink-Nottle simply must marry Madeline Bassett or Bertrand Wooster will be obliged to proffer the ring in his stead. In a daring attempt at securing the engagement, Jeeves and Bertie visit a rural leper colony....


  • A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring novelist Florence Craye, a pearl necklace, and The Mystery of the Pink Crayfish. Bertie is in a genuine fix. Not only does Jeeves disapprove most strongly of Bertie's new mustache, but also, and more disturbing...


  • P.G. Wodehouse often said that he wished he'd spent more time playing golf and less "fooling about writing stories and things." Happily, the prolific and beloved satirist often took his pen to the green. Here, Wodehouse expert D.R. Bensen has collect...


  • Mr Mulliner, raconteur par excellence of the Anglers Rest, has some amazing stories to relate. Take, for example, young Lancelot. He is a bohemian - or was, until he had to look after his saintly uncle's cat Webster, and was startlingly transformed....



  • Joy in the Morning finds Bertie Wooster trapped in the countryside with his bossy ex-fiance and her fire-breathing father, frightful brother, and beefy new betrothed. Uproar ensues until Jeeves arrives to save the day."...


  • 'It might possibly assist your lordship if I were to bring a small bottle of champagne to the library.' 'You think of everything, Jeeves.' It was some minutes later, as Jeeves was passing through the living room with the brain-restorer on a small tra...


  • Golf and love--the two primal obsessions. P. G. Wodehouse displays his most uproarious storytelling and never-ending jollity in these tales of lovers on the links.--Cuthbert Banks, champion golfer, wins the heart of his beloved Adeline, who won't giv...


  • The sequel to the original groundbreaking series, Whiteout: Melt reteams author Greg Rucka (Batman: No Man's Land, the Atticus Kodiak novels) and illustrator Steve Lieber (Grendel Tales) for another adventure with U.S. Marshall Carrie Stetko on the d...


  • It was a preference for cricket over schoolwork that united Mike and Psmith in their reluctance to attend their new school, Sedleigh. The school insists that its attendees be keen, but it is sorely unprepared for boys of such foresight and resources ...



  • In the sleepy village of Rudge-in-the-Vale the customary peace has been shattered by an outbreak of hostilities between Colonel Wyvern and Lester Carmody of Rudge Hall. To make matters worse, Lester's nephew John adores the Colonel's daughter Pat, an...


  • Sometimes of a morning, as I've sat in bed sucking down the early cup of tea and watched my man Jeeves flitting about the room and putting out the raiment for the day, I've wondered what the deuce I should do if the fellow ever took it into his head ...


  • Life was always simple for Sally Nicholas-until she became rich. Being unaccustomed to possessing a great deal of money, Sally hasn't gotten the hang of it yet. This explains why she agrees to back a show written by her fiancé Gerald and staged by h...



  • Jerry has been summoned to sit on the jury where he meets the delightful Jane, with whom he falls instantly in love. He is deliriously happy until he remembers he is already engaged to Vera Upshaw-who has been hounding Jerry to claim his inheritance,...


  • In the absence of his managing sister, the ninth Earl of Emsworth calls in the Hon. Galahad Threepwood to help him pair off the assorted godsons, impostors and pretty girls. Fortunately, many years membership of the Pelican Club have given Galahad th...


  • Splendid collection contains first 8 stories featuring Bertie Wooster, the deliciously dim aristocrat and Jeeves, his brainy, imperturbable manservant. Also, the complete Reggie Pepper (Bertie's prototype) series....




  • Fourteen short stories feature such characters as the outrageous Bobbie Wickham, the three ex-wives of millionaire Vincent Jopp, the extortionate Vera Prebble, the near-lethal Celia Tennant, and the abundantly ripe Maudie Wilberforce...


  • Piccadilly Jim was a gossip columnist's dream. His life was one breach of promise after another drunken brawl. His rather Victorian aunt was not amused. So she decides to reform him. Unfortunately, she happens to choose a time when Jim has fallen in ...


  • When Psmith finds himself working in the City for the pompous Mr. Bickersdyke, he makes it his mission to bring a little sweetness and light into the bank manager's life. The monocled wit with the suave manner and the chivalrous but devil-may-care at...






  • For William, Lord Dawlish, it seemed the realization of his dreams. He could marry the girl he loved. Of course, things are not quite so simple. The famous Wodehouse humour, which has no equal, sees to that, in a transatlantic cocktail of breathtakin...


  • Do Butlers Burgle Banks? features the hither to fortunate owner of Bond’s Bank, who find himself in a spot of trouble so serious that he wants someone to burgle the bank before the trustees inspect it. Fortunately for him, Horace Appleby, currently...



  • The "Little Nugget" is Ogden Ford, a spoilt, unpleasant child of overindulgent, wealthy parents; he is so dubbed due to his immense ransom value, being a prime target for kidnappers. The novel is a comic romance whose hero is called Peter Burns, revo...



  • Jimmy Pitt, rich, generous, popular American bachelor, has fallen in love with an unknown girl on a transatlantic liner. He bets a friend at the Strollers Club in New York that he can break into a house. Unfortunately he selects the house of Police C...



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  • This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning...


  • Published to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Wodehouse's death, an aesthetically designed, faithful edition of one of his most definitive works follows the loves and frustrations of a hopelessly bad artist. 10,000 first printing....


  • When Maud Marsh flings herself into George Benson's cab in Piccadilly, he starts believing in damsels in distress. But when George traces his mysterious traveling companion to Belpher Castle, home of Lord Marshmoreton, things become severely muddled-...





  • Thirty-four tales relate the adventures of Jeeves, the perfect butler, and his scatterbrained employer, Bertie Wooster, as they fumble their way through London and the English countryside in the 1920s...



  • A Blandings novel. Blandings is now a major BBC One television series starring Jennifer Saunders and Timothy Spall. Lady Constance Keeble, sister of Lord Emsworth of Blandings Castle, has both an imperious manner and a valuable diamond necklac...


  • The young and impoverished ninth Earl of Towcester is Jeeves' temporary new master while Bertie Wooster is away at school. Lord Towcester's rather complex situation is soon straightened out by the ingenious Jeeves, who has all problems of romance and...


  • P.G. Wodehouse entices us into the demesne of Blandings Castle - an apparent paradise where it is eternal high summer, with jolly parties, tea on the lawn and love trysts in the rose garden. But for Clarence, ninth Earl of Emsworth, there is always s...



  • Clarence, 9th Earl of Emsworth, is preoccupied with his prizewinning pig, the Empress of Blandings, and the upcoming Agricultural show, while the news that his brother, Galahad Threepwood is writing his memoirs, has many aging aristrocrats worried...






  • A humorous novel in which Bertie Wooster seeks refuge in Lord Chuffington's cottage, but the peace is soon shattered with the arrival of an ex-fiancee, Pauline Stoker, and her father. From the author of RING FOR JEEVES and JOY IN THE MORNING....



  • A Golf collection From his favourite chair on the terrace above the ninth hole, The Oldest Member tells a series of hilarious golfing stories. From Evangeline, Bradbury Fisher's fifth wife and a notorious 'golfing giggler', to poor Rollo Podmarsh w...


  • A beautiful new edition of this classic.      This is the first Blandings novel, in which P.G. Wodehouse introduces us to the delightfully dotty Lord Emsworth, his bone-headed younger son, the Hon. Freddie Threepwood, his log-suffering secretary...


  • Chaos erupts at the home of Lord Emsworth after the nephew of Sir Gregory Parsloe-Parsloe--his neighbor and rival--is engaged as a secretary, his own nephew falls in love with a chorus girl, and someone attempts to steal his beloved prize-winning pig...



  • "My father," Psmith had confided to Mike, meeting him at the station in the family motor on the Monday, "is a man of vast but volatile brain. He has not that calm, dispassionate outlook on life which marks your true philosopher, such as myself. I --"...


  • The irresistible tale of friends Biscuit and Berry and their efforts at financial betterment reveals how wealthy Uncle Paterson was caught short and rushed to cover, while Aunt Vera, an old campaigner in the field of love, hedged the market with a do...


  • A complicated chain of events is set into motion after Mrs. Chavender takes a bite of breakfast ham, declares it inedible, and sets out to complain to Duff and Trotter, one of London's most exclusive merchants...


  • A Jeeves and Wooster novel Just as Bertie Wooster is a member of the Drones Club, Jeeves has a club of his own, the Junior Ganymede, exclusively for butlers and gentlemen's gentlemen. In its inner sanctum is kept the Book of Revelations, where th...


  • Sally Painter beseeches the aid of her perennially youthful Uncle Fred in a delicate family matter. Frederick, fifth Earl of Ickenham, recognizing a situation calling for brilliant strategy and audacity, evolves a masterly plan....



  • Lord Emsworth's prized pig, the Empress of Blandings, is at the centre of Wodehouse's hilarious tale of mistaken identity, the triumph of young love, and general mayhem among the twits at Blandings Castle....


  • The moon beams down on Blandings Castle and sleep eludes the nervous Clarence, ninth Earl of Emsworth, compelled to play host to his younger son, Freddie. Lady Hermione Wedge, her beautiful daughter Veronica and a chap called Tipton Plimsoll, all add...


  • A P.G. Wodehouse collectionMoney makes the world go round for Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge -- and when there isn't enough of it, the world just has to spin a bit faster. Ever on the lookout for a quick buck, a solid gold fortune, or at least a p...


  • Joe Vanringham hankers after Jane Abbott, who wants Adrian Peake, who is engaged to Joe's stepmother, a formidable, foreign princess, who is the only possible buyer for Sir Buckstone Abbott's hideous ancestral home in Berkshire. So who can win what?...


  • Meet the Young Men in Spats - all members of the Drones Club, all crossed in love and all busy betting their sometimes nonexistent fortunes on unlikely outcomes - that's when they're not recovering from driving their sports cars through rather than r...


  • Wooster withdraws to the village of Maiden Eggesford on doctor's orders to 'sleep the sleep of the just and lead the quiet Martini-less life'. Only the presence of the irrepressible Aunt Dahlia shatters the rustic peace as an 'imbroglio' develops -de...




  • The most lavish P. G. Wodehouse collection ever published. In addition to Wodehouse's best known and beloved Jeeves and Bertie stories, The Most of P. G. Wodehouse features delightful stories about The Drones Club and its affable, vacuous members: Mr...


  • When an Egg meets a Bean and they are bought a round of cocktails by a Crumpet, the stories fly fast and furious.....there's A Bit of Luck for Mabel, Bingo Little manages to survive A Pekinese Crisis, and a spot of Romance at Droitwich Spa. EGGS BEAN...



  • Meet the inimitable gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves... From the moment Jeeves glides into Bertie Wooster's life and provides him with a magical hangover cure, Bertie begins to wonder how he's ever managed without him. Jeeves makes himself totally i...


  • Monty Bodkin's wooing of Gertrude Butterwick on the R.M.S. Atlantic is not progressing as it should. And the cause of all the trouble is Miss Lotus Blossum, the brightest star in Hollywood's firmament. The easy camaraderie of Miss Blossom, coupled wi...



  • Right Ho, Jeeves is the second full-length novel featuring the popular characters Jeeves and Bertie Wooster, after Thank You, Jeeves. It also features a host of other recurring Wodehouse characters, and is mostly set at Brinkley Court, the home of Be...


  • A Jeeves and Wooster collection An outstanding collection of Jeeves stories, every one a winner, in which Jeeves endeavours to give satisfaction: By saving a grumpy cabinet minister from being marooned and attacked by a swan - in the process saving...


  • Much-married American movie mogul Ivor Llewellyn depends on his friends at Bachelors Anonymous to keep him out of romantic entanglements. But when devoted bachelor Trout takes it upon himself to thwart a romance between Pickering and a beautiful jour...


  • Written to celebrate the author's ninety-first birthday - a flawless piece of classic comic writing. What happened to Monty Bodkin's love for Hockey International Gertrude Butterwick? His year in Hollywood completed, he leaves behind his heartbroken ...


  • There is no explaining tastes--particularly tastes in love. Monty Bodkin had for some reason fallen in love with Gertrude Butterwick, a beefy girl with large feet, who played on the All England women's hockey team.......






  • A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring the Junior Ganymede, a Market Snodsbury election, and the Observer crossword puzzle. Jeeves, who has saved Bertie Wooster so often in the past, may finally prove to be the unwitting cause of this young master's...


  • The third novel to feature the inimitable Wooster and JeevesThe sinister affair of the 18th century cow-creamer and the small, brown, leather-covered notebook tests the Wooster soul as it has never been tested before. Friends and relations, in urgent...


  • Lord Emsworth needs Blandings Castle to himself so he can tend his beloved pig, Empress of Blandings. Lord Ickenham sets out to help him remove the unwanted guests. Pongo Twistleton predicts that there will be trouble....


  • Bertie is faced with a murky situation which, had Jeeves been at his side, he would doubtless have taken in his stride. But, alas, Jeeves has taken himself off to some distant resort and the young master has to manage as best he can....




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    The Peerless Jeeves makes his first appearance in this magical collection of ten short stories, in which he extricates the chronically befuddled Bertie Wooster from countless jams with formidable aunts, brainy girls, unbidden guests, and pals in a bi...




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    Fans of P. G. Wodehouse's comic genius are legion, and their devotion to his masterful command of hilarity borders on obsession. Overlook happily feeds the obsession with four more antic selections from the master. Blandings Castle is a collection o...


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    Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and...


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    Death at the Excelsior and Others is a compilation of short stories by Wodehouse, including: Death at the Excelsior Misunderstood The Best Sauce Jeeves and the Chump Cyril Jeeves in the Springtime Concealed Art The Test Case"...


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    Launched on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, this series presents each Overlook Wodehouse as the finest edition of the master’s work ever published― beautifully designed and faithful to the original. This season, Overlook is pleased to ...


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    British humorist P. G. Wodehouse (1881 1975) charmed generations of readers with such whimsical characters as the Honourable Bertie Wooster a deliciously dim aristocrat and Jeeves, his imperturbable manservant. This entertaining collection presents s...


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    Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and...


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    Sally never would have guessed a fortune could prove such a disadvantage, until she had one.... this explains why she agrees to back a show written by her fianc Gerald and staged by her brother, Fillmore. It seems like a good idea at the time ... bu...


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    If it's as well to be lucky as smart, Roland Bleke is doing everything right. From his start as a penurious clerk, Bleke adventures - and misadventures - through a life of the most startling turns of fortune in this series of six very funny stories. ...


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    Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and...


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    Who can forget our beloved gentleman's personal gentleman, Jeeves, who ever comes to the rescue when the hapless Bertie Wooster falls into trouble. My Man Jeeves is sure to please anyone with a taste for pithy buffoonery, moronic misunderstandings, g...


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    Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and...


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    Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and...


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    A collection of wonderful articles, poems, and stories by that master of comedy and complications, P. G. Wodehouse, the author of My Man Jeeves. Includes "Some Aspects of Game-Captaincy," "An Unfinished Collection," "The New Advertising," "The Secret...


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    From his early days Wodehouse adored cricket and references to the game run like a golden thread though his writings. He not only wrote about this glorious British pastime, but also played it well, appearing six times at Lords, where his first captai...