When Bertie Wooster visits Deverill Hall pretending to be Gussie Fink-Nottle he finds himself in trouble. To begin with, there is the case of Esmond Haddock, JP, the squire of King's Deverill, and his surging sea of Aunts. Then there is the problem with "Corky" Pirbright, Constable Dobbs and... read more
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