Picadilly Jim - Pages 69 - 87 Summary & Analysis

Wodehouse, P. G.
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Jimmy appealed to Mrs Pett to allow Jerry Mitchell back into the house, telling her how sorry he was that he had hit Ogden. Mrs Pett was disturbed by Jimmy’s manner, believing him to be an imposter and relating his smoothness to one of her fictional characters, Marsden Tuke. She believed that Jerry must also be part of Jimmy and Skinner’s plot against her and refused to let him back into the house, thinking that the detective she hired and Lord Wisbeach would already have their hands full dealing with two imposters. Jimmy left Mrs Pett with the arrival of the detective she had hired, Mr Sturgis. Mrs Pett told Mr Sturgis of her suspicions and Sturgis told her he had seen Jimmy dining with Jerry Mitchell a week ago. He also told her that he had been hired to trace...

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