Bertie Wooster and Jeeves go to the country on doctor's orders. The air is nimble, the countryside appealing. The only problem? Aunt Dahlia's always around. As always with Aunt Dahlia, complications – funny complications – develop. For however generous or kind-hearted they may be, there is one thing that can be said of aunts as a class: they are not gentlemen. Also published as Cat-nappers.