Synopses & Reviews
A swift-paced, wonderfully narrated Wodehouse classic When a scarab belonging to an American millionaire is absent-mindedly stolen by Lord Emsworth, young writers Ashe Marson and Joan Valentine are brought together in an attempt to retrieve it from Blandings Castle. Meanwhile, Freddie Threepwood worries some letters may surface and compromise his engagement to the millionaire's daughter. This novel is wonderfully brought to life by an avid fan of Wodehouse with a fanbase in his own right for his accomplished readings of the hilarious P. G. Wodehouse canon. Unabridged.
"Martin Jarvis is among the best . . . even the women—from the innocent young ladies to the aged bastions of the Empire—sound authentic. VERDICT Keep them coming, Mr. Jarvis!" —Library Journal
About the Author
P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was a English writer of novels, stories, and musical theater, best known for his Jeeves and Blandings Castle series. Martin Jarvis is an accomplished actor who has been described by Vanity Fair as "the Olivier of audiobooks." He divides his time between London and Los Angeles.