Money for Nothing

The Drones Club

P.G. Wodehouse

fiction classics
funny medium-paced

307 pages | first published 1928

Following a contretemps with Colonel Wyvern, what could be better than a sojourn at Healthward Ho? Quite a lot, as it turns out, when Lester Carmody of Rudge Hall puts himself into the hands of Dr Twist, the aptly named owner of the establishment, and pursues a devious money-making scheme.

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