Jeeves stays his hand. Yes, that's right. Even though a particularly well upholstered friend of Aunt Agatha chucks her bleary-eyed milk sot of a son Bertie for a month.
Jeeves refuses to rally to the cause. Of course, if Bertie would simply throw out the offensive tie and hat, things might be smoothed over soon enough. But Bertie, just this once, has decided to be firm.
Inside a quiet boarding house on the waterfront, a man stares up to the ceiling with sightless eyes. The tight lipped landlady proclaims that it is murder.
Can an upscale detective agency penetrate to the bottom of the mystery?
When Ogden Ford, the chubby son of a divorced American millionaire, arrives at a posh English prep school, he sets in motion a dastardly plot. There's a new classics teacher at the school who's not who he purports to be . . .
The schoolmaster in training, Peter Burns, is really working for Ogden's...
One of P. G. Wodehouse's most enticing later works, Barmy in Wonderland is a gem of a novel from the master of social satire and comedy.
Cyril Fotheringay-Phipps, known to his friends as Barmy, has made a poor decision. He has invested ten thousand dollars in a stage production that seems doomed from the start in order to be near the woman of his dreams—Miss Dinty Moore. Will he find true love, or merely lose a fortune?