Truly hitting his stride, P.G. Wodehouse's 1934 novel Right Ho, Jeeves is a comic gem, introducing Bertie Wooster's old chum Gussie Fink-Nottle as well as his occasional fiancée Madeline Bassett. Joy in the Morning (1947) finds Bertie and his formidable valet Jeeves cautiously approaching the village of Steeple Bumpleigh, where his Aunt Agatha lurks. Also in this omnibus, the ten tales collected in Carry On, Jeeves (1925) include "Jeeves Takes Charge," an account of this inseparable duo's first meeting, and "Bertie Changes His Mind," the only story narrated by Jeeves himself.
The Jeeves Omnibus Volume 2
Author: P.G. Wodehouse.