By P. G. Wodehouse
Uneasy Money one isn't tied to any of his sequence, yet stocks much with either the Blandings citadel and Bertie & Jeeves books. firstly, there's Lord Dawlish, this type of chap who's a bit too great for his personal solid, the type who continually will get nipped by way of all and sundry for a fiver right here or a ten-spot there. Then there's his fiancee, who's enthusiastic about the cash deal; an eccentric prosperous outdated guy; a few american citizens; and a nightclub-singing woman (as in Lord and Lady). There's cash, and the shortcoming of it, that appears to be like a separate personality content material to flirt with all of the remainder of the forged. a bit plot line concerning golfing, conserving bees, transatlantic journeys, those that may perhaps or will not be who they're, a will that could or is probably not the operative one, humans fallacious for themselves and others, and real love. My god, the formulation is very easy, but as anybody is aware who has attempted a hand at these things, simply because you've received the recipe, it doesn't suggest your souffle rises within the comparable approach. this is often a great choice to suggest to those who have by no means learn Wodehouse ahead of; it's compact and self-contained, and completely hilarious! It's been acknowledged that laughter is the easiest medicine--if so, then Wodehouse is a ask yourself drug.