Thank You, Jeeves
|Author:||P. G. Wodehouse|
|Series:||The\Jeeves and Wooster Ser.|
1986. Reprint. A very good copy only marked by light soiling to the edges of the text block and a slight lean to the spine. The d/w is near fine.
Bertie Wooster was indignant-and with reason. The neighbors had dared to make a fuss about the assiduous practicing of his beloved banjolele. But a further blow was to come. If, said Jeeves, it is really your intention to continue playing that instrument, I have no option but to leave. Haughtily rejecting this ultimatum, Bertie sought refuge in a cottage owned by his buddy, Lord Chuffington. But the peace and quiet were rudely shattered by the arrival of Pauline Stoker-to whom he was once unnervingly engaged-and her formidable father, who saw in Bertie a pestilential suitor barmy to the core.