The Berry Scene
These stories, written in response to huge popular demand, give us classic Berry Pleydell - Yates' finest comic character - at the top of his form. The first story sees Berry capturing a German spy at a village cricket match in 1914, and things get more bizarre from then on. A self-consciously nostalgic work harking back to more decorous days consisting of tense plotting and high farce of the best kind.
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In Which Withyham Pays the Piper
In Which We Talk With Big James
In Which We Play For the Village
In Which I Make Daphne a Present
In Which Berry is Attacked by Lumbago
In Which Berry Meets Mr Wireworm
In Which We Fight for Our Rights
In Which Berry Keeps a Diary
In Which Berry Dispenses Justice
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