Synopses & Reviews
Berry Conway and his old school friend Lord Bickerton, otherwise known as Biscuit, are out to make money-big money. An opportunity presents itself when T. Paterson Frisby, for whom Berry works as a secretary, is looking for a chaperon for his American niece, Ann Moon. Berry knows that Biscuit has an Aunt Vera who will be ideal for the job, and he and Biscuit set it up, hoping for a commission. What they don't bargain for is the fact that she is prepared to become engaged to more than one man at a time....
Wodehouse is the greatest comic writer ever. (Douglas Adams)
Mr. Wodehouse's idyllic world can never stale. He has made a world for us to live in and delight in. (Evelyn Waugh)
T. Paterson Frisby possessed $20million and loved every cent of them. His secretary, Berry Conway, possessed only a dud copper mine; and Biscuit, Berry's schoolfriend, nothing but a title. The pair needed money, big money; but frisking Frisby wouldn't be easy.