The misadventures of dim Bertie Wooster and his infinitely wiser valet, Jeeves, have delighted audiences for more than a century. Authorized by the P.G. Wodehouse estate, Ben Schott brings this odd couple back to life in a madcap new adventure full of the hijinks, entanglements, imbroglios, and wordplay that consistently graced the original series. In this latest uproarious adventure, the Junior Ganymede Club (an association of England's finest butlers and valets) is revealed to be an elite arm of the British secret service. Jeeves must ferret out a fascist spy embedded in the highest social circles, and unfortunately, only his hapless employer, Bertie, can help.
"Impressive.... Schott comes up with Wodehouse caliber metaphors and otherwise expertly channels the master's voice.... An essential volume for Wodehouse fans, rounded out with endnotes full of fun historical and literary facts."—Publishers Weekly