|Much Obliged, Jeeves (1971) [Novel]|
by P.G. Wodehouse
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Series: Jeeves and Wooster
(From the publisher):
Bertram Wilberforce Wooster was facing a many-headed crisis. Having set aside a hectic schedule in the metropolis to offer his services in the political arena at Market Snodbury, he found his best endeavours had gone awry. He was in the grip of a blackmailer, threatened with grevious bodily harm by the dreaded Spade and accused, with good cause, of theft. To top it all, he was staying with Aunt Dahlia whose house party included two former fiancées with designs upon his future.
It was a calamitous situation for which there could be only one solution: Jeeves. Jeeves the Magnificent, Jeeves the Rescuer, up whose sleeve there are more aces than an ordinary Gentleman's Gentleman could hope to produce.
Original title: Much Obliged, Jeeves
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor