Uneasy Money by P G Wodehouse

Uneasy Money - P. G. Wodehouse

bookshelves: published-1916, fraudio, filthy-lucre, spring-2014, tbr-busting-2014, palate-cleanser, amusing

Read from March 07 to 10, 2014


Nigel Lambert as Narrator.

Description: These are strange times for the English aristocracy. When hard-up William Fitz William Delamere Chalmers, Lord Dawlish – otherwise known as Bill – sets off for America to make a fortune, he does not expect to be left one by an American millionaire with whom he strikes up a passing acquaintance. Honour demands that Bill Dawlish should restore this unexpected windfall to the rightful heirs, but this involves him in complicated adventures with greedy relations, haughty dowagers, dogs, chickens and an angry monkey. Calm is eventually restored but not before Bill has met the woman of his dreams and married her in the church on Fifth Avenue.

3* The Inimitable Jeeves (Jeeves, #2)
5* Carry on, Jeeves (Jeeves, #3)
4* Right Ho, Jeeves (Jeeves, #6)
4* Jeeves in the Morning (Jeeves, #8)
3* The Mating Season (Jeeves, #9)
4* Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen (Jeeves, #15)
4* Something Fresh (Blandings Castle, #1)
TR Leave It to Psmith (Psmith, #4 ; Blandings Castle, #2)
3* Service with a Smile (Blandings Castle, #9)
TR The Man With Two Left Feet
4* A Damsel In Distress
3* Love Among the Chickens
3* Uneasy Money
3* Summer Moonshine
4* Joy in the Morning
3* Summer Lightning
3* Service with a Smile
3* The Small Bachelor
TR Barmy in Wonderland
3* Eggs, Beans and Crumpets
3* Uncle Fred in the Springtime (Blandings Castle, #6)
4* Right Ho, Jeeves (Jeeves, #6)
3* Summer Lightning (Blandings Castle, #4)



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