'Peerless in its wit, elegance and silliness.’ Evening Standard BOOKS OF THE YEAR
Storm clouds loom over Europe. Treason is afoot in the highest social circles. The very security of the nation is in peril. Jeeves, it transpires, has long been an agent of British Intelligence, but now His Majesty's Government must turn to the one man who can help . . . Bertie Wooster.
'A most thrilling return of Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster . . . it vibrates with the spirit and the rhythms of his heart.'
'Remarkably good . . . in its similes, pace and general zing, this yarn is eerily Wodehousian.'
Ben Schott is the author of Schott's Original Miscellany and its four sequels, which have been translated into twenty-one languages; six volumes of the yearbook Schott's Almanac; and Schottenfreude. He divides his time between London and New York.
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