When Gussie Fink-Nottle, after a convivial evening with Catsmeat Pinbright, was sentenced to 14 days without the option for wading in the fountain at Trafalgar Square, Bertie Wooster saw the red light. For Gussie was an expected guest at Deverill Hall, and clearly his enforced absence would give rise to immediate inquiries. From this point it would be but a short step to a complete revelation of the scandalous details of his escapade; and Bertram well knew what would be the effect of this intelligence on Gussies fiance, Madeline. As always when a rift appeared in her love affairs, Madeline would transfer her simpering affection to Bertram, and the grim prospect of having to endure the grand passion of this female stimulated Bertie to the sternest of endeavors to forestall catastrophe. But as usual, Berties involvement causes further entanglement, which only Jeeves can unravel.
Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (1881-1975) was born in England. After working for a bank for two years, he turned to journalism and story writing. He moved to the United States after World War II and became a citizen. In all, he wrote more than ninety books, and his work has won worldwide acclaim.
Frederick Davidson is a recipient of the Golden Voices Award and numerous Earphones Awards. After performing for years in many BBC radio plays, he came to America in 1976. He has narrated more than eight hundred audiobooks.
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