A Pelican at Blandings - P. G. Wodehouse 1969 - Herbert Jenkins, London - First Edition Unwelcome guests are descending on Blandings Castle – particularly the overbearing Duke of Dunstable, who settles in the Garden Suite with no intention of leaving, and Lady Constance, Lord Emsworth’s sister and a lady of firm disposition, who arrives unexpectedly from New York. Skullduggery is also afoot involving the sale of a modern nude painting (mistaken by Lord Emsworth for a pig). It’s enough to take the noble earl on the short journey to the end of his wits.

Luckily Clarence’s brother Galahad Threepwood, cheery survivor of the raffish Pelican Club, is on hand to set things right, restore sundered lovers and even solve all the mysteries.
  First published in the UK: September 25 1969 by Herbert Jenkins, London.
First published in the US as
No Nudes is Good Nudes : February 11 1970 by Simon and Schuster, New York.

Reference: The Russian Wodehouse Society. Madame Ulalie. McIlvaine A92a.

pp. 222 [2]. In publisher’s black cloth, spine lettered in silver. Dust jacket price clipped to lower corner of front flap and with publisher’s new price sticker at £1.50.
  Condition: Near fine, light spotting to foredge, in fine jacket (clipped corner and £1,50 price sticker from publisher to front flap).   Ref: 106781   Price: HK$ 900