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Match the descriptions of P G Wodehouse's books to their titles.

1. Golf-loving American composer George Bevan falls in love with a mysterious young lady who takes refuge in his taxicab.
2. Wooster withdraws to the village of Maiden Eggesford on doctor's orders, to "sleep the sleep of the just." Only the presence of the irrepressible Aunt Dahlia shatters the rustic peace.
3. Cyril Fothingay-Phipps is persuaded to invest his modest fortune in the stage production of Sacrifice. But not everyone views his enterprise with such optimism, in fact if it had not been for the delectable Miss Dinty Moore, Barmy may well have given up any thoughts of being a theatrical tycoon.
4. Frederick, fifth Earl of Ickenham sometimes feels that his life-work of spreading sweetness and light - or, as some put it, meddling in other people's business - is almost too much for one man single handedly.
5. Mike Bond finds himself in a spot of trouble so serious that he wants someone to burgle the bank before the trustees inspect it. Fortunately for him, Horace Appleby, currently posing as his butler, is on hand to oblige.
6. Terry and Jo Trent fly from the chicken farm in Bensonburg to the fleshpost of France, where even the eagle eye of elder sister Kate cannot prevent muddle, mismatch, and mayhem.
7. Edmund Biffen Christopher is set to receive his Godfather's legacy - if he manages to avoid being arrested. Lord Tilbury wants Biffen to fall foul of the law so that he will receive the legacy himself, and enlists his henchman to hasten Biffen's fall.
8. Bertie is persuaded to brave the home of his fearsome Aunt Agatha and her husband Lord Worplesdon, knowing that his former fiancee, the beautiful and formidably intellectual Lady Florence Craye will also be in attendance.
9. Following a contretemps with Colonel Wyvern, what could be better than a sojourn at Healthward Ho? Quite a lot, as it turns out, when Lester Carmody of Rudge Hall puts himself into the hands of Dr Twist, the aptly named owner of the establishment, and pursues a devious money-making scheme.
10. A non-fiction book, consisting of a series of letters written by Wodehouse to William Townend, a friend of Wodehouse since their schooldays together at Dulwich College.
11. Lord Emsworth's home is overrun with pesky intruders, from the noisy boys of the local Church Lad's Brigade camping at the lake to the curmudgeonly Duke of Dunstable, who is scheming to steal Emsworth's peerless pig. Fortunately, Uncle Fred is on hand to sort everything out.
12. A butler named Keggs who, having overheard the planning of a scheme, later decides to try and make money out of his knowledge. This title features Percy Pilbeam, the unscrupulous head of the Argus Detective Agency.
13. Bertie's newt-breeding friend Gussie Fink-Nottle must marry Madeline Bassett or Bertie will be obliged to take his place. Understandably, Bertie is aghast. It seems like certain suicide, but Jeeves must find a way to save his employer from the clutches of the drippy Madeline.
14. Set in an English prep school for the children of the nobility and gentry. Into their midst comes eleven-year-old Ogden Ford, the mouthy, overweight, chain-smoking son of an American millionaire. Ogden is the object of a kidnap attempt which forms the basis of the plot.
15. Sally Painter beseeches the aid of her perennially youthful Uncle Fred in a delicate family matter. Frederick, fifth Earl of Ickenham, recognizing a situation calling for brilliant strategy and audacity, evolves a masterly plan.

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