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The luck stone

Author: P G Wodehouse
Publisher: New York : The Overlook Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Overlook Press editionView all editions and formats
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Originally published as a serial in Chums under the pseudonym of Basil Windham, The Luck Stone is thoroughly Wodehouse with his trademark sticky situations, quirky characters, sly humour and wit, and of course, his renowned prose. All written in the form of a letter to a friend, this dark and suspenseful plot will never fail to disappoint.
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Genre/Form: Humorous stories
Fiction
Humorous fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P G Wodehouse
ISBN: 1468310526 9781468310528
OCLC Number: 881888203
Description: 253 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: The Mumps and A Tragedy --
The Man from India - A Face in the Night --
The Blue Stone --
The Thief in the Night and a Journey by Train --
The Man in the Train --
Back at School --
A Row in the Classroom --
A Lesson in German --
The Golf Mascot --
Mr. Spinder and the Stone --
The Great Food Question --
A Visit from Burrows --
The Sleuth-Hounds --
What Happened in the Study --
Where is the Blue Stone? --
When the Black Cat Jumped --
Jimmy Asks a Question --
A Fight is Arranged --
The Fight Behind the Gym --
The End of the Fight - and After --
A Meeting in the Ruined Cottage --
The Welcome Holiday-Makers --
The Babu and the Bicycle --
The Great Concert --
Behind the Seventh Book --
The Mysterious Play-Box Affair --
The Thief Explains --
The Great Football Match --
An All-Against-All Game --
Mr. Spinder's Price --
The Attack of Neuralgia --
Mr. Spinder Makes Inquiries --
A Cunning Hiding-Place --
An Accident and its Consequences --
The Stone is Lost Again --
Yet Another Midnight Raid --
A Stern Chase --
The Accident that Rescued the Stone --
The Mystery of the Stone Explained --
Responsibility: P.G. Wodehouse.

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Originally published as a serial in Chums under the pseudonym of Basil Windham, The Luck Stone is thoroughly Wodehouse with his trademark sticky situations, quirky characters, sly humour and wit, and of course, his renowned prose. All written in the form of a letter to a friend, this dark and suspenseful plot will never fail to disappoint.

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