In the lead story of this volume, a crime wave ensues when Rupert (the Efficient) Baxter returns to Blandings to take the position of tutor to Lord Emsworth's grandson, George...the misadventure at one point involving Lord Emsworth's possession of 12-year-old George's air rifle, a situation fraught with possibility, particularly with the Efficient Baxter in the available vicinity. Other stories feature the indomitable Ukridge, Mr. Mulliner of the Anglers' Rest, and (illuminating life lessons by way of Golf stories, as usual) the Oldest Member. We show the first publication of each story, in the UK unless otherwise indicated.
First published in UK: March 19, 1937 by Herbert Jenkins, London.
- The Crime Wave at Blandings - Saturday Evening Post (US) Oct 10th 1936
- Buried Treasure (Mr. Mulliner) The Strand, Sept. 1936
- The Letter of the Law (Oldest Member) The Strand, April 1936
- Farewell to Legs (Oldest Member) This Week (US), July 14th 1935
- There's Always Golf (O.M.) The Strand, March 1936
- The Masked Troubadour (Freddie Widgeon/Drones Club) 1936-12 Strand, Dec 1936
- Ukridge and the Home from Home - Cosmopolitan (US) Feb 1931
- The Come-Back of Battling Billson (Ukridge) Cosmopolitan (US) June 1935
- The Level Business Head (Ukridge) The Strand, May 1926
US title: The Crime Wave at Blandings
First published: June 25, 1937 by Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York.
- The Crime Wave at Blandings
- The Medicine Girl (US version of Doctor Sally) Colliers (US) June 4th 1931
- Buried Treasure
- The Masked Troubadour
- Romance at Droitgate Spa - Saturday Evening Post (US) Feb 20 1937
- All's Well with Bingo (Bingo Little/Drones Club) Saturday Evening Post (US) Jan 30 1937
- Tried in the Furnace - The Strand, Oct 1935
Original title: Lord Emsworth and Others
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor
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