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Jeeves and the King of Clubs

by Ben Schott

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As a member of the Junior Ganymede Club—an association of butlers and valets that is in reality an arm of the British intelligence service—Jeeves must ferret out a Fascist spy, with the help of his hapless employer, Bertie Wooster.

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Matthew Macfadyen (right) and Stephen Mangan played Jeeves and Wooster, respectively, in Perfect Nonsense, a 2013 stage production. The characters were first created by comic author P.G. Wodehouse. Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Jeeves And Wooster, But Make It A Modern Spy Novel

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