Reposing in the Junior Ganymede Club is the famous - nay, infamous - book which lays bare the ghastly foibles of three-quarters of the upper classes. Political dynamite, you might think, and you would be right. Especially when the tome goes missing just at the time of the Market Snodsbury by-election. It needs Jeeves to sort out the broiling imbroglio that ensues, saving Bertie from imminent wedlock with sopppy Madeline Bassett (who thinks that the stars are God's daisy chain!), putting pay to nasty rumours and generally soothing assorted sensibilities as only he can...
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