A well written enjoyable mystery with a mismatched pair of Scotland Yard detectives. Hard to put down.
David Lyons’s book reviews
A good mystery with some 'red herrings' and a surprise ending. A good read even though there are many 'typos'.
I enjoyed this mystery story. Well written.
Quite an involved tale of intrigue. It held my attention throughout.
A rather convoluted but enjoyable mystery. So far I have been pleased with stories written by J. S. Fletcher.
A well written story with a few twists and turns. I found it very difficult to put down.
An absorbing tale well told.
I agree - one of Wodehouse' best efforts. I have read it several times but I enjoyed it most after seeing the British TV series based on this book. Excellent humor.
An interesting series of short stories about the son of Sherlock Holmes and grandson of Raffles. Just light reading.
I would like to endorse Chips review - well written and my sentiments exactly. Since I have trouble putting a Wodehouse book down the fact that this is a collection of short stories is a real bonus. I think I've read all Wodehouse' writings (some more than once) and I can't help but wish he had been even more prolific.