Ring For Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
The dynamic duo of English literature have taken a brief hiatus. While Bertie Wooster has packed himself off to a school where the flowers of the English gentry are learning useful skills in order to make themselves productive members of society, his able and intelligent manservant Jeeves has temporarily taken up service with Bill Rowcester, the 9th Earl of Rowcester. And not a moment too soon when this pair finds themselves up to their ears in a rather tricky (but undeniably hilarious) pickle involving a scheme to make money by disguising themselves as bookies, a spiritualist (and extremely wealthy) American widow, a love-smitten big game hunter, and a set of stolen jewels.