Thank You, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse

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"Unpleasantness is rearing its ugly head in Berkeley Mansions, W1. I note also a lack of give-and-take and an absence of the neighbourly spirit. I have just been talking to the manager of the building on the telephone, and he has delivered an ultimatum. He says I must either chuck playing the banjolele or clear out." Jeeves' sympathies do not lie with his master's musical experiment and he threatens to leave. So Bertie seeks refuge in Lord Chuffington's cottage until his peace is shattered by the arrival of his ex-fiancee Pauline Stoker and her formidable father.

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Published May 27, 1999 by Penguin Books Ltd. 240 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Once tried "Thank You, Jeeves" after a friend told me it was the funniest book he had ever read, but I soon handed it back.

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