P.G. Wodehouse created one of the great duos in humour fiction in the form of Bertie Wooster, the ultimate empty-headed British aristocrat, and his long-suffering omni-competent gentleman’s gentleman, Jeeves. Through eleven novels and 34 short stories they fell in and out of some of the most convoluted, absurd and delightful adventures in literature.
Now, imagine if you will that Jeeves and Wooster have been dropped into three stories by H.P. Lovecraft.
Worth the price if only to hear the line, “Most eldritch, sir.”