Bill the conqueror: his invasion of England in the springtime

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George H. Doran company, 1924 - 323 pages
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User Review  - Amrith - Goodreads

PGW is in stellar form indeed. A love story, or three, spanning two continents and a gang of burglars along with the motley crew of butlers, parlourmaids and the whatnot. It is always sunny in the Wodehouse world. Just open this title and the rays stream through those splits in the curtains. Read full review

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User Review  - John Gilbert - Goodreads

Any Wodehouse is a great refresher after a heavier read. Clever, witty, often hilarious British humor, and very evocative of the 1920's & 30's. Perfect for fans of charming screwball comedy films. I've loved all of his books I've read. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER TAGE I A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN ARRANGED
11
BILL UNDERTAKES A MISSION
31
FLICK PAYS A CALL
74
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