Jill the Reckless - P. G. Wodehouse 1921 - Herbert Jenkins Limited, London - First English Edition, in early issue (1925) dust jacket. Jill had money and was engaged to be married to Sir Derek Underhill. But when she suddenly becomes penniless, she finds herself no longer engaged. Refusing to be beaten, she heads for New York, with a smile that betrays a tinge of recklessness, to join the chorus of "The Rose of America".

A scarce near fine first edition, in good and unrestored early issue dust jacket.
  First serialised in Collier's (US) from 10 April to 28 August 1920 and in Maclean's (Canada) from 1 August to 15 November 1920, in both cases under the title The Little Warrior, and, under the title Jill the Reckless, in The Grand Magazine (UK) between September 1920 and June 1921.

First published as
The Little Warrior in US: October 11 1920 by George H. Doran, New York
First published in UK: July 4 1921 by Herbert Jenkins, London

Copies in the first issue dust jacket are rare.
References: The Russian Wodehouse Society. Madame Ulalie. McIlvaine A25b.
pp. 313 [1] [6 ads].
In early issue dust jacket with price of 5/- to the spine (first issue priced at 7/6) and with
Carry on, Jeeves! (published October 1925) printed as latest title to the front panel.
  Condition: Near fine, light rubbing to boards, toning to endpapers, faiint foxing to foredge, in good dust jacket, with large 5cm chip to tail of spine, smaller chipes to head of spine, closed tears re-inforced on verso.   Ref: 106794   Price: HK$ 14,000