(1949 - )
Born in London to Polish parents, Andrzej Klimowski is a prolific designer of posters and dust jackets.
Blandings Castle (2002)
A collection of a dozen short stories about Lord Emsworth and his Blandings estate.
Bring on the Girls (2014)
Plum (lyrics) and Guy (book) reminisce about their years as kings of Broadway musical comedy. This is the revised text from the 1954 Herbert Jenkins, Ltd. edition.
Carry On, Jeeves! (2003)
A collection of short stories about Bertie Wooster and his gentleman’s personal gentleman Jeeves.
The Clicking of Cuthbert (2002)
A collection of golf stories narrated by the Oldest Member.
Cocktail Time (2004)
When Pongo’s Uncle Fred knocks off Sir Raymond ‘Beefy’ Bastable’s top hat with a Brazil nut he starts something
The Code of the Woosters (2000)
Bertie is commanded by his good aunt Dahlia to obtain, at all costs, including skulduggery, a silver cow creamer. At the same time he must guide the nuptials of Gussie Fink-Nottle and Madeline Bassett to a successful conclusion. Affairs are further complicated by Stiffy Byng, Stinker Pinker and assorted villains, including the infamous Spode. When all seems lost, Jeeves rides to the rescue.
The Coming of Bill (2005)
The story of Ruth and Kirk and their offspring Bill and how they overcame riches and a particularly poisonous busybody Aunt to find happiness.
Company for Henry (2012)
Jane’s Uncle Henry is possessed of an ancestral seat which he would be happy to be rid of and a certain seventeenth century French paperweight that his American cousin covets for his collection.
A Damsel in Distress (2003)
When American composer George Bevan falls in love with a young Englishwoman who takes refuge in his taxi, he loses no time in tracking her to her ancestral home.
Do Butlers Burgle Banks? (2005)
Bond’s Bank has been rendered insolvent and the inspectors are due, so Mike Bond hires a butler to burgle the Bank to throw the inspectors off. Little does he know that the butler is actually one of America’s hottest gangsters.
Doctor Sally (2008)
Dr. Sally Smith doesn’t think Bill Bannister is serious enough, and besides what about Lottie Higgenbotham? With a little help from their friends, all comes right in the end. This is the novelization of Good Morning, Bill, a play written by Wodehouse based on a Hungarian original by Ladislaus Fodor. It is included in the collection The Crime Wave at Blandings.
Eggs, Beans and Crumpets (2010)
A baker’s dozen of the Master’s best, including Ukridge and Bingo Little among others.
A Few Quick Ones (2009)
|Ten short stories, one featuring Jeeves.|
French Leave (2013)
The story of three American sisters and their adventures in France. Based on a play ‘Three Blind Mice’ by Guy Bolton.
Frozen Assets (2010)
When Edmund Biffen Pike inherits his godfather’s millions, it’s on condition he is not arrested - something he finds it hard to avoid as he has a compulsion to sock every policeman he meets. Fortunately his sister Kay and Jerry Shoesmith rally round.
Full Moon (2006)
Matrimonial games are afoot at Blandings Castle, to the 9th Earl’s disgust.
Galahad at Blandings (2009)
Gally, as he is known to his friends, displays a sure hand in reuniting sundered hearts and fending off predatory old flames to bring peace once more to the sacred abode of the Empress of Blandings.
A Gentleman of Leisure (2003)
A wealthy New York batchelor falls in love on an Atlantic crossing. While burgling a house to fulfill a bet, he meets the girl again. A year later their paths cross in England and he proposes, but as P.G. Wodehouse is in charge, the course of true love does not run smooth. The novel was made into a play ‘After the Show’ by Wodehouse and Herbert Westbrook and filmed several times.
The Girl in Blue (2011)
The plot revolves around a Gainsborough miniature, lovers (star-crossed), butlers, yeggs, etc, etc, etc.