P. G. Wodehouse is one of the great writers of the Twentieth-Century. He was prolific, talented, and witty. I’ve read dozens of Wodehouse books, listened to many of them on audio books, and watched TV adaptations of Wodehouse (mostly by the BBC). Now, P. G. Wodehouse: A Life in Letters shows up to reveal even more about this comic genius. In a letter to Lawrence Durrell, Wodehouse writes about where the idea Jeeves (the iconic valet) came from. Plenty of other insights are revealed in these 600+ pages. Wodehouse wrote every day, sometimes up to 4000 words. His writing methods and thought process is on display in these letters. If you’d like to read Christopher Buckley’s review of P. G. Wodehouse: A Life in Letters just click here. This book is a must-buy for Wodehouse fans.