Fish Preferred (in original dust jacket)
P.G. Wodehouse

Fish Preferred (in original dust jacket)

Garden City: Doubleday Doran, 1929. First edition First American edition, stated "First Edition" on copyright page. Hardcover in brown cloth stamped in yellow. 326 pp. Very good or a bit better, shallow bumping to the spine ends and tips, a very small spot bottom edge of the front board and some minor shelf wear. In the original color illustrated dust jacket, price intact, , rubbing to the folds, moderate creasing to the front panel and a small nick and shallow extremity wear to the spine strip. "Imagine the commotion at Blandings Castle when its two most valuable properties were stolen---the Honorable Galahad Threepwood's manuscript and the pig that belonged to Sir Gregory Parsloe-Parsloe of Matchingham Hall in the neighboring village..." Ronnie Fish and Hugh Carmody set out to recover the missing valuables and thereby pick up enough pin money to finance matrimony with Millicent Threepwood and Sue Brown of The Gaiety. According to the blurb on the front of the jacket, "A funnier novel that 'Leave It To Psmith'". Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: E20257B)


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