A Man of Means: A Series of Six Stories
Most of us tend to think that money solves everything, but for Roland Bleke, the star of the short stories collected in A Man of Means, overnight success -- and the windfall that accompanies it -- brings all sorts of unexpected problems. Wodehouse fans will love the author's wry take on wealth in these finely wrought tales.
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