A century later, Wodehouse’s classic delights

Wodehouse’s Jeeves is truly a delight. Bertie Wooster’s shenanigans and Jeeves’ incessant willingness (with a side of resigned disbelief) to help him out of the tough spots he’s gotten himself and his friends into are both impressive and sidesplittingly funny.

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Baker offers succinct, memorable sexual commentary

I appreciated this short novel much more than I was expecting. Baker offers commentary on modern sexuality (published originally in 1992) in the form of an anonymous phone call between a man and a woman from opposite ends of the country. The result is memorable, often witty, and leaves you thinking long after the book is closed.