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"Winters' Unexpected Arrival"

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"Winters' Unexpected Arrival"

This is the first of the "Pelly and Winters" stories, which are my "Wooster and Jeeves" characters. I've been a big a fan of P. G. Wodehouse for quite some time. Recently (i.e. 2008) I thought I would undertake the challenge of writing an action-adventure story featuring "Jeeves and Wooster"-like characters. "Winters' Unexpected Arrival" is my first attempt at this difficult-but-rewarding style of story telling.
Pelly, or Pelham Greenvale, is named after P. G. Wodehouse. The name Winters comes from his family name, but I will leave further explanation of this for later.
One interesting aspect of this story was that I had no notion of "Interregnum keeps" before writing this story. But, as a good deal of the story takes place in the dimlands, and I needed a place for Pelly to hole up and defend against the "red menace" golems and to consequently be rescued by Winters' unexpected arrival, the notion of an "Interregnum keep" naturally evolved. (e)

A novelette by Fritz Freiheit.

Sequel Pelly and Winters story: "A Sword in the Spokes"

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