Death at the Excelsior: And Other Stories
Although P.G. Wodehouse is best known as a writer of humorous fiction, he also tried his hand at other genres, as well. The title story in this wide-ranging collection is a detective story, albeit one that is served up with a heaping dollop of the hilarity for which Wodehouse's work is acclaimed. This comprehensive collection of short pieces from Wodehouse is a perfect introduction to his unique style.
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Death at the Excelsior and Other Stories: Easyread Comfort Edition
P. G. Wodehouse
Limited preview - 2009
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