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  1. Public Bookmark 28

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    When Bertie helps out a Bohemian friend, he has no idea what he's really in for.

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    30 Jul 2014

  2. Rec 3

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    ‘I do not think I could be your guide in this particular matter, Sir,’ I say. ‘It might be more appropriate for you to discover such things yourself. Alternatively, there are several anatomical and medical books I could recommend to you.’

    ‘No, Jeeves. It’s got to be now. I need to know.’

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    30 Jul 2014

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  3. Rec 9

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    In which Bertie barges in on Jeeves in the shower.

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    30 Jul 2014

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  4. Rec 8

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    In which Bertie and Jeeves are in perfect agreement on The Suit

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    30 Jul 2014

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  5. Public Bookmark 3

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    Aunt Dahlia tells Bertie a surprising story about Jeeves's past.

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    29 Jul 2014

  6. Public Bookmark 15

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    Bertie gets a nasty scare that has more behind it than he could have imagined.

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    28 Jul 2014

  7. Public Bookmark 32

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    Wooster has a reputation for pinching things--necklaces, amber statuettes, umbrellas--a reputation that becomes dashedly awkward when Lord Attenbury's emeralds go missing.

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    25 Jul 2014

    Bookmarker's Notes

    A romp with chilling and utterly logical creepiness underneath. Brilliant.

  8. Public Bookmark 6

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    Bertie has an admirer of the tall, dark and handsome sort. Everything could be so nice, if it wasn't for Jeeves' uptightness. And then, there is this young couple they have to bring together - amidst a couple of hundred scorpions... There will be fluff, H/C, angst, heartbreak, steamy mansex and really, really bad sexual metaphors. All the stuff you like ;-)

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    25 Jul 2014

  9. Public Bookmark 2

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    It is the second night of Mr. Wooster’s absence, and I am sitting in the straight-backed chair in the corner of my bedroom, halfway through both a book and a cigarette. I am startled slightly when the telephone rings.

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    24 Jul 2014

  10. Public Bookmark 9

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    World War II is on the horizon, but God's in His Heaven yet.

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    24 Jul 2014

  11. Public Bookmark 5

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    '“Good evening, Mr Wallace.” Came Jeeves’ cordial and very correct reply. I rather expected that to be the end of it, and I was hoping it too. I didn’t fancy appearing from a tree with Wallace hanging about. It engenders too many questions. “What were you doing up that tree?” being one of them.'

    For once it is Bertie who is in the know when it comes to a delicate tidbit of personal information. Now he perfectly understands the phrase 'ignorance is bliss'...

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    24 Jul 2014

  12. Public Bookmark 62

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    Sherlock Holmes is retired but not gone. When an old enemy seeks vengeance, Holmes and Watson must travel back to London to stop the villain before their lives are destroyed. (Holmes/Watson)

    Bertie Wooster loves detective stories, but he never imagined that he'd be in one, and if he had, he would not have imagined that he would be the bait in a villainous plot. (Jooster)

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    23 Jul 2014

  13. Public Bookmark 48

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    A very bad thing happens. And then we must go on. (The one where Jeeves is shot by a robber and very nearly killed.)

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    22 Jul 2014

  14. Public Bookmark 1

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    On a fine morning one week before Christmas, Bertie Wooster is debating Jeeves on the subject of neckwear. They are suddenly interrupted by an unexpected visitor bearing dangerous news. Bertie, Jeeves, and the visitor are then thrust into a situation which they cannot control. Their only hope is to follow the heels of a deadly criminal and unravel the mystery of his identity. They have to bring the criminal down, before it is too late for the people whom Bertie holds most dear...

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    40

    22 Jul 2014

  15. Public Bookmark 12

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    Wherein Bertie tries to be Jeeves's ideal gentleman, resulting in mixed metaphors, a Shakespearean book club, ties sabotaged in reverse, romantic epiphanies, and music with the tonal quality of a dying lion.

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    756

    22 Jul 2014

  16. Public Bookmark 12

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    Wherein Bertie tries to be Jeeves's ideal gentleman, resulting in mixed metaphors, a Shakespearean book club, ties sabotaged in reverse, romantic epiphanies, and music with the tonal quality of a dying lion.

    Language:
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    756

    21 Jul 2014

  17. Public Bookmark 3

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    ‘I do not think I could be your guide in this particular matter, Sir,’ I say. ‘It might be more appropriate for you to discover such things yourself. Alternatively, there are several anatomical and medical books I could recommend to you.’

    ‘No, Jeeves. It’s got to be now. I need to know.’

    Language:
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    Chapters:
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    21 Jul 2014

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Weirdly, this is exactly what Jeeves's voice would be if the narrative took a sharp turn. Unnervingly good.

  18. Public Bookmark 4

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    Overcome with feelings for his perfectly perfect gentleman's gentleman, a lonely Bertram Wooster enjoys a correspondence with a like-minded soul. What happens when he falls in love with his pen pal?

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    20 Jul 2014

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  19. Rec 3

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    ‘I do not think I could be your guide in this particular matter, Sir,’ I say. ‘It might be more appropriate for you to discover such things yourself. Alternatively, there are several anatomical and medical books I could recommend to you.’

    ‘No, Jeeves. It’s got to be now. I need to know.’

    Language:
    English
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    Chapters:
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    Comments:
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    32
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    321

    20 Jul 2014

  20. Public Bookmark 12

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    Wherein Bertie tries to be Jeeves's ideal gentleman, resulting in mixed metaphors, a Shakespearean book club, ties sabotaged in reverse, romantic epiphanies, and music with the tonal quality of a dying lion.

    Language:
    English
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    8,117
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    21
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    82
    Bookmarks:
    12
    Hits:
    756

    18 Jul 2014

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