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JJ Bunyan and a covey of tycoons JJ and his associates each agreed to put up fifty thousand dollars the total t JJ Bunyan and his cronies each put 50000 dollars in a fund just before the stock market crash and form a tontine The last of their heirs to get married wins the whole pot expected to be one million dollars when considering compound interest etc Years later only two heirs remainLike all Wodehouses this one delivers the laughs Bill Hollister is the dashing leading man Jane the fiery heroine and Lord Uffenham is the much abused nobleman The younger Bunyan keeps trying to get the million dollars while expending as little of his cash as possible Augustus Keggs makes a return appearance and uickly becomes my third favorite Wodehouse butler Without giving away too many details how can you not love a Wodehouse story where someone paints a Roman beard on a giant statueLater On a side note reading bits of a Wodehouse out loud to innocent bystanders increases the enjoyment level immensely

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Something Fishy

O go to whichever of their sons was the last to marry Thirty years later Keggs wants to cash in on what he knows Wonderful book very funny loved all the characters especially lord Uffenham His language his use of words his craze for crossword puzzles were hilarious It was a very enjoyable read with great and justified ending Would recommend this book to anyone in need of a good laugh

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Something Fishy is top notch Wodehouse When Keggs was a butler he eavesdropped on a meeting between his employer 45Originally published under the title Something Fishy this stand alone shows Wodehouse at his best HilariousRead in the omnibus PG Wodehouse 5 Complete Novels


10 thoughts on “Something Fishy

  1. says:

    Strange funny and very original Something Fishy is an engaging classic with deeper themes than initially meets the eye

  2. says:

    45Originally published under the title Something Fishy this stand alone shows Wodehouse at his best HilariousRead in the omnibus PG Wodehouse 5 Complete Novels

  3. says:

    Hilarious A one off but with a few past characters in other books included with Pilbeam the slimy private investigator and Battling

  4. says:

    JJ Bunyan and his cronies each put 50000 dollars in a fund just before the stock market crash and form a tontine The last of their heirs to get married wins the whole pot expected to be one million dollars when considering compound interest etc Years later only two heirs remainLike all Wodehouses this one delivers the laughs Bill

  5. says:

    Rainy Sunday evening potato leek soup apple strawberry crumble and a lovely Wodehouse romp Delightful

  6. says:

    An excellent fairly late Wodehouse 1957 This one stars the Wodehouse second eleven no one as famous as Jeeves or Lord Emsworth but instead we get Keggs Lord Uffenham and Percy Pilbeam The set up is slightly contrived but Wodehouse delivers the goods and his touch is as light and as airy as at any point in is career

  7. says:

    Wonderful book very funny loved all the characters especially lord Uffenham His language his use of words his craze for crossword puzzles were hilarious It was a very enjoyable read with great and justified ending Would recommend this book to anyone in need of a good laugh

  8. says:

    In September 1929 a bunch of millionaires got together to decide what to do with their money The only non millionaire in attendance Mortimer Bayliss proposes a tontine each one pays 1 million into a pool and the last one left livin

  9. says:

    I am an enormous fan of the great PG Wodehouse and have almost the entire collection of his 90 books so you’re going to see a few of these along the wayFirst published in the UK on the 18th of January 1957 and ten days later in the

  10. says:

    One of the best late 1957 light comedies boy could he write

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