This stand-alone novel is another fine example of the wonderful, zany humor of P. G. Wodehouse. Imperious American widow Beatrice Chavender is visiting her sister's country home near London when a most unfortunate thing happens: she takes a bite of inferior ham while having her breakfast. Soon everyone around her is suffering the consequences-her sister, her brother-in-law, the butler, poor Sally, Sally's fiance, and even Mrs. Chavender's ex-fiance, "Ham King" J. B. Duff. Don't miss this wild romp from the acknowledged master of British humor.