In this early "Jeeves" novel, the infamous Bertie Wooster, rebuffing the assistance of his trusty manservant Jeeves, attempts to help his old chum and newt-fancier Gussie Fink-Nottle win the affections of the goofy but adorable Madeline Bassett. But without Jeeves to lend a hand, chaos ensues and Bertie finds himself accidentally - and horribly - engaged to Madeline himself.
"Right Ho, Jeeves" contains a passage described by actor Stephen Fry (a Jeeves and Bertie veteran) as "“the single funniest piece of sustained writing in the language."
A much beloved romp by the master of satirical comedy, the legendary P.G. Wodehouse.