The Mating Season - Jeeves and Wooster Author:P. G. Wodehouse When Bertie Wooster visits Deverill Hall pretending to be Gussie Fink-Nottle he finds himself in trouble. To begin with, there is the case of Esmond Haddock, JP, the squire of King's Deverill, and his surging sea of Aunts. Then there is the problem with "Corky" Pirbright, Constable Dobbs and the dog. — Complicating Matters further, ... more »Esmond is in love with Corky, and Esmond's cousin Gertrude with Corky's brother, but the aunts have forbidden both unions. And, as if that were not enough, Gussie arrives in person pretending to be Bertie. There is only one person who can save Bertie from a fate worse than death-so naturally, Jeeves materializes at Deverill pretendting to be someone else.
All quite clear? This is another hilarious Wodehouse romp!« less
Delightfully ditzy - wonderfully wacky - what more can I say? This is P. G. Wodehouse, a most happily one-of-a-kind author, and well worth reading no matter what he wrote. His plots are complicated, almost schizophrenic, and the book is not-at-all-easy to put down. If you've never read Wodehouse before - start here. You'll never regret it.