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Lord Emsworth and Others (Crime Wave at Blandings)
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UK Title: Lord Emsworth and Others
First published in UK: March 19 1937 by Herbert Jenkins, London

Russian translation

  • Lord Emswort i drugie by N.Trauberg, I.Gurova: 2012 (8 stories)

Nine glorious episodes from the idyllic world of Wodehouse!

The wave of crime that was to rock Blandings Castle to its foundations broke out towards the middle of a fine summer afternoon...

Ukridge appears on Corky's doorstep at three in the morning, dressed in striped pyjamas and his yellow mackintosh, requesting his cab fare and a whisky and soda...

The Oldest Member warns of the folly of driving into the father of girl you love, even if his progress on golf course has earned him the affectionate sobriquet of the First Grave Digger...

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US Title: Crime Wave at Blandings
First published in US: June 25 1937 by Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York

  The Crime Wave at Blandings
         1936-10-10 Saturday Evening Post (US)
         1937-01 Strand (UK)
  The Medicine Girl (US version of Doctor Sally)
         1931-07-04 Colliers (US)
  Buried Treasure
         1936-09 Strand (UK)
  The Masked Troubadour
         1936-12 Strand (UK)
  Romance at Droitgate Spa
         1937-02-20 Saturday Evening Post (US)
         1937-08 Strand (UK)
  All's Well with Bingo
         1937-01-30 Saturday Evening Post (US)
         1937-04 Strand (UK)
  Tried in the Furnace
         1935-10 Strand (UK)
         1939-03 Cosmopolitan (US)
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