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Charles Waterhouse

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Mike and Psmith (1969)

In Mike at Wrykyn Mike Jackson wins his first XI colors at Wrykyn in his first year, as set forth in the first part of the serialization of this novel ‘Jackson Junior,’ but two years later his father rusticates him to Sedleigh due to his poor marks. It is there that he meets Psmith as further chronicled in Enter Psmith (Mike and Psmith) and ‘The Lost Lambs’ determine to rag the cricket team, until an epic fight with the captain, Adair, leads Mike to change his mind. Read online at Hathitrust. Or the edition titled as Leave it to Psmith.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Charles Waterhouse

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Mike at Wrykyn (1968)

In Mike at Wrykyn Mike Jackson wins his first XI colors at Wrykyn in his first year, as set forth in the first part of the serialization of this novel ‘Jackson Junior,’ but two years later his father rusticates him to Sedleigh due to his poor marks. It is there that he meets Psmith as further chronicled in Enter Psmith (Mike and Psmith) and ‘The Lost Lambs’ determine to rag the cricket team, until an epic fight with the captain, Adair, leads Mike to change his mind.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Charles Waterhouse

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The Prince Goes West (1968)

Steve and Sim are joined by Pete in rescuing a kidnapped middle-eastern prince, but the kidnappers are not going to quietly forego their prey.

Author(s): August Derleth
Illustrator(s): Charles Waterhouse

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