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Psmith in the City

Narrated by: Graham Scott
Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Comedy, Classic
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Psmith in the City

By P. G. Wodehouse 

Narrated by Graham Scott 

When Mike Jackson's father suffers a serious financial setback, all Mike's hopes of "Varsity Blue" and a career playing his beloved cricket are dashed. Instead, he must go out and earn his living - in the alien world of the New Asiatic Bank, under the management of his nemesis Mr. John Bickersdyke. At first, all seems black; but then Mike finds that he has an ally, in the immaculate form of the irrepressible Psmith, who is likewise sentenced to a career in commerce. And Psmith has plans for the reform of Mr Bickersdyke....

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Poor narration

Wodehouse delivers his usual funny stuff, but someone like Jonathan Cecil is needed for rhe audio. This narrator didn't get Psmith's upper class limes at all.