MONEY IN THE BANK by P. G. Wdehouse

MONEY IN THE BANK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Father , faintly reminiscent, of a Lord masquerading as a butler, an barrister, mystery writer playing the part of a private inquiry agent, American racket in the role of innocent guea, misplaced diamonds, and two men after the same girl...all pursuing their individual interests under the eagle eye of Mrs. Cork. Lord uffenham (doubling as sketread the butler) is faced with the problem of having to marry Mrs. ork if the diamonds aren't found. Jeff does his best to win Anne away from Mrs. Cark's nephew; and the Molloys, not content with selling Mrs. Cork bogus oil walls feel they must not miss a chance in get the diamonds. And when the dust settles all is well. As it will be for Wodehouse fans.

Pub Date: Jan. 4th, 1941
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran