(1923 - 2015)
Paul Bacon was a prolific American designer of book jackets and record album covers. He was a jazz musician who performed on the comb.
Bring on the Girls (1953)
Plum (lyrics) and Guy (book) reminisce about their years as kings of Broadway musical comedy.
A Few Quick Ones (1959)
Ten short stories, including one featuring Jeeves.
The Ice in the Bedroom (1961)
Leila Yorke takes a villa in Valley Fields next door to Freddy Widgeon, who just happens to be besotted of her secretary Sally Foster, so she can write her grey ‘Hardy/Gissing’ novel to astound the critics of her romance novels. Complications, as ever, ensue before the happy ending.
The Most of P.G. Wodehouse (1960)
A collection of short stories and the complete novel Quick Service.
The Plot that Thickened (1973)
Monty is putting in his second year of servitude to Ivor Llewellyn to earn Gertrude Butterwick’s hand when he discovers that Sandy Miller is really the one for him. The usual gang of crooks is prowling around Mrs. Llewellyn’s pearls and get what they deserve.
Service with a Smile (1961)
Once again Lord Emsworth is troubled by Dukes and sisters. This time Uncle Fred kindly agrees to come down to Blandings to straighten things out - oh, and save the Empress from being sold down the river (Bucks).
Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves (1963)
Gussie Fink-Nottle seems to have lost his affection for Madeline Bassett, meaning Bertie is on the hook again, so he rallies round, only to find himself deeper in the swamp. Fortunately Jeeves comes to the rescue, but at the price of Bertie’s alpine hat.