20. April 2012 · 1 comment · Categories: Fiction, Literary Fiction, Tracy

The Cat Nappers by P. G. Wodehouse, 190 pages, read by Tracy, on 04/20/2012

Bertie Wooster would probably be better off if he just stayed home at his apartment with his valet Jeeves. Every time he goes out he either meets a lady he proposed to or a friend he owes money to. In this book Bertie finds spots on his chest so he goes to a doctor who recommends he spends some time in the country away from the unwholesome life of London.  One of his many aunt’s finds him a cottage by the sea to spend the weekend. A quiet weekend is not  in store for Bertie.

1 Comment

  1. Christa says:

    I love Jeeves and Bertie so much. Have not read this one yet and will get on it.