Leave it to Psmith

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Vintage Books, 2005 - Fiction - 328 pages
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A debononair young Englishman, Psmith (“the p is silent, as in phthisis, psychic, and ptarmigan”) has quit the fish business, “even though there is money in fish,” and decided to support himself by doing anything that he is hired to do by anyone. Wandering in and out of romantic, suspenseful, and invariably hilarious situations, Psmith is in the great Wodehouse tradition.

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User Review  - RajivC - LibraryThing

In this book, I think that the Psmith character was beginning to get into his flow. It does indeed appear that this is the last of the Psmith books, which is why PG Wodehouse got him married off. It ... Read full review

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User Review  - addunn3 - LibraryThing

PG Wodehouse is a master of intelligent dialog as his hero takes on the stodgy upper crust of British society, solving monetary and career aspirations of his acquaintances. A necklace is burgled, an ... Read full review

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P.G. Wodehouse published over ninety books in his seventy-year career. Born in 1881 in Surrey, England, he came a U.S. citizen in 1955. He died at the age of 93 in 1975.

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