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Doctor Sally by P.G. Wodehouse
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Aug 22, 2007

really liked it

This was my first P.G. Wodehouse read..and I was hooked on to his style forever.

Sally is a smart, competent Doctor by profession and beautiful too, and Bill Banister, heir of a country manor house, can't help himself getting tangled over her all over the place. Sally however, dosen't take him too highly, thinking of him as a rich slacker and being averse to a honest day's work.

Adding to her impression of him is the fact that Bill is engaged to his best friend Lord "Squiffy" Tidmouth's ex-wife, Lottie Higginbotham. His efforts in breaking of this engagement and pursue Sally, and Squiffy's apparently incorrect diagnosis of his friend's mental condition produces the wit and humour only Wodehouse can create.

This is a very short novel and can be read in a couple of hours but its nothing short of dynamite! Very rare book, too!

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