Sod trying to find new books: have returned to old favourites. Just finished Psmith in the City from my nice fat Psmith omnibus. Still have Psmith Journalist and Leave it to Psmith to come <happy sigh>
The earlier ones are my favourites, though the golf stories are the best of his short stories IMO.
What's your fav Wodehouse and why? And how does he manage to be so damn good?
Haven't read Wodehouse for ages - can't choose a favourite but I really liked the pig call - "Hoooooeeey!". There's a pub in the New Forest called The Empress of Blandings which always makes me smile in recognition
Uncle Dynamite's set at Ashenden Manor. Also have Full Moon, Quick Service, The Heart of a Goof, The Luck of the Bodkins, Summer Moonshine and The Inimitable Jeeves. But if you mention your favourite I might know what to look out for next! Wodehouse is about the only writer who makes me laugh out loud and often!