Date: 19 Oct 2016 11:01 am Title: Chapter 1
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Date: 02 Apr 2014 9:59 pm Title: Chapter 1
Poor Plum, he was guilty of little more than chronic naivete but it cost him a lot of readers, gave him a great deal of pain and kept him in exile for most of the rest of his life. Oddly, Bill Connor (Cassandra of the Daily Mirror) who was given the job of savaging him in print later became a close friend and led the efforts for his rehabilitation, as did Malcolm Muggeridge who, as an MI5 officer, investigated Wodehouse's broadcasts from Berlin and cleared him of treason and collaboration.
Yes, I read that he was eventually cleared, but it didn't seem quite the thing to use him for a single line in a drabble set during the war. I didn't know the rest of it, though - thanks for the information!
Date: 02 Apr 2014 2:41 am Title: Chapter 1
True about the ending! Agatha Christie? Peaceful?
Well, Chatelaine linked me to This essay by George Orwell about murder on LGM, which I'm sure Nell would have referred had I known of it while writing ;) Nell was going to ask about Wodehouse originally, but while checking to see if he'd published any books around that time I discovered he'd been accused of being a German collaborator during WWII! So I thought I'd better steer clear of him... and then the Agatha Christie bit just sprang into my head. I'd argue she is quite peaceful compared to some modern-day detective thrillers, though!