'Is there a better P. G. Wodehouse character than Psmith? No there is not. Thank you for agreeing' John Self
'An incomparable and timeless genius' Kate Mosse
'It seems to me that you and I were made for each other. I am your best friend's best friend and we both have a taste for stealing other people's jewellery.'
Lady Constance Keeble has both an imperious manner and a valuable diamond necklace. The precarious peace of Blandings is shattered when her necklace becomes the object of desire for some well-connected jewel thieves - among them the Honourable Freddie Threepwood, who wants the reward money for a bookmaking business, and Psmith, the elegant socialist. On patrol with the impossible task of bringing order to Blandings is the Efficient Baxter, whose strivings lead to a memorable encounter with the castle flowerpots.
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