A circus tent of wordplay and bizarre lexicography, this tale of two toilers in the trenches of dictionary-making is funny, creative and often amazes with the facility displayed by the author in making the English language fresh.
An American mythological tale along the lines of Paul Bunyan or Pecos Bill, this wild story of early Ohio life is peppered with politics, drinking, romance, fighting, bizarre characters and a cartload of humor.READ MORE
A more than worthy successor to the legendary P.G. Wodehouse, Schott has captured in every respect the perfect Jeevesian world. Funny in ways we have mostly forgotten, this is pure delight in printed form.