The girl on the boat (Google eBook)

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NuVision Publications, LLC, 1935 - 312 pages
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Review: The Girl on the Boat

User Review  - Sheela Word - Goodreads

Hilarious in the same way as every other Wodehouse novel I've ever read. Upper-class young people fall in and out of love and make fools of themselves. Upper-class older people are dictatorial and ... Read full review

Review: The Girl on the Boat

User Review  - Matthew Hurley - Goodreads

Fun and lively, with robust, amusing characters and hilarious, well-crafted scenes. His descriptions of Jane Hubbard are my favorite. "She as a thoroughly wholesome, manly girl, about the same age as ... Read full review

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Contents

A DISTURBING MORNING
7
GALLANT RESCUE BY WELLDRESSED YOUNG MAN
19
SAM PAVES THE WAY
37
SAM CLICKS
45
PERSECUTION OF EUSTACE
63
SCENE AT A SHIPS CONCERT
71
SUNDERED HEARTS
75
SIR MALLABY OFFERS A SUGGESTION
87
TROUBLE AT WINDLES
109
MR BENNETT HAS A BAD NIGHT
123
THE LURID PAST OF JNO PETERS
131
SHOCKS ALL ROUND
141
STRONG REMARKS BY A FATHER
147
DRAMA AT A COUNTRY HOUSE
155
WEBSTER FRIEND IN NEED
165
A CROWDED NIGHT
175

ROUGH WORK AT A DINNER TABLE
99

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