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A Damsel in Distress
When you're in the mood for classic British humor writing, nothing can compare to the master of literary laughter, P.G. Wodehouse. The novel A Damsel in Distress is an uproarious combination of... More > romantic intrigue, mistaken identities, and general hilarity. A must-read for Wodehouse fans, or for anyone who loves a good laugh and a well-told tale.< Less
A Damsel in Distress
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A Damsel in Distress is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United States on 4 October 1919 by George H. Doran, New York, and in the United Kingdom by Herbert Jenkins, London, on 17... More > October 1919. It had previously been serialised in The Saturday Evening Post, between May and June that year.
Golf-loving American composer George Bevan falls in love with a mysterious young lady who takes refuge in his taxicab one day; when he tracks her down to a romantic rural manor, mistaken identity leads to all manner of brouhaha...< Less
A Damsel in Distress
A Damsel in Distress by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, 1919.
George Bevan is bored of life - what more is there for him to do when he's a brilliantly rich and successful music composer before age 30? ... More > He's lonely, but all the women he knows are (of course) dull, and he is completely over women.
And then one day, he's in a taxicab and a beautiful woman breathlessly jumps in and asks him to hide her. He realizes that perhaps he's not completely over women, agrees to help her, and after knocking a chubby man's hat off and causing a scene in the middle of London, he saves her and then loses sight of her without learning her name.
But Bevan is an intrepid man, and he learns that he has fallen in love with Lady Maud Marshmoreton. He tracks her down to a rural hamlet, and then there's a lot of mistaken identities, and finally, everything works out just as it should.< Less
Daring Dames: Distressed Damsels
Even though the vaults of comics from the Golden Age are filled with Daring Dames, there's an equal amount of "damsels in distress". Those sexy but still feisty females who have a knack for... More > getting captured by the resident villains, only to be rescued by the dashing hero. Here are a trio of tales of four of those hot little hostages. There's the twin Slave Princesses as they put up for auction by evil slave traders, the jungle queen Pha who needs the aid of her savage lord Thun'da, and the plucky reporter Foggy Gibbons that ends up needing the help of her partner Ace of the Newsreels. Real pulp fiction fun and adventure in this troika of titillating intrigue!< Less
D-in-D - Damsels in Distress
Based on the wonderfully sexy art of Zarathul, these are the stories of three damsels in a world of magic, fantasy, and BONDAGE!
P. G. Wodehouse Series: A Damsel In Distress
Sherlock Holmes himself might have been misled. One can hear him explaining the thing to Watson in one of those lightning flashes of inductive reasoning of his. "It is the only explanation, my... More > dear Watson. If the lady were merely complimenting the gardener on his rose-garden, and if her smile were merely caused by the excellent appearance of that rose-garden, there would be an answering smile on the face of the gardener. But, as you see, he looks morose and gloomy."< Less
Perils from the WABAC Machine
From the files at KP Presents, this book contains a collection of historical tales for your enjoyment. From Edwardian England to Swinging London, and from the Wodehousian Jayes and Rhymaes to a... More > group of farm girls, these tales show that although fashion and tastes change, crime and women in distress never goes out of fashion...< Less
A Good Guy On A Bad Day
A Good Guy On A Bad Day - Amy finds herself off to a rough start when her car doesn’t start. The mechanic at the dealership rescues her, offering a ride to a critical meeting. Dan is doing her... More > a favor so she tries to overlook his grumpy personality. Is it her or is he always like this? Sweet (with no explicit love scenes) and short at 3,147 words.< Less
The gagster sketchbook vol1
The first sketchbook of The Gagster, with images of his heroines in bondage.
This volume is completely dedicated to Wonder Woman, her favourite superheoine.
Chaos Calls 01: Learning Visit, First Rescue, Dragon Dilemma
On the planet Chaos Damsels are in Distress and need rescuing by human males behaving within the hero's code. Al Adams from Finding Home is recruited to help rescue ladies. Using machines they don't... More > understand human heroes go Chaos to make rescues. Things are worse than usual as some humans try to take over the operation and all the world. Al's first three visits to the aptly named planet of Chaos are here for 138,000 words of adventure in a medieval environment. Al learns about Chaos and is taken to see it. On his first visit as a Hero he must prepare for the trip. A rescue is chosen and plans made. But they must alter to suit the changing situation on the ground. He also establishes himself on Chaos. The next visit has a problem when he's asked to make a rescue all the other Heroes see as a form of suicide! The Damsels are held by Dragons, a protected species he can't hurt. They're big, and dangerous. What can he do? He's their last hope, dare he refuse, like the others have?< Less