by P.G. Wodehouse
George Uffenham, the eccentric sixth Viscount of Uffenham, has sold most of his family fortune to buy jewelry he then hides in a secret place. Victim of a car accident, he loses his memory and can no longer remember where he hid the jewels. This forces him to leave the family pile and to return there, posing as a butler, to search for the lost gems.
(A shared read with Donald, as is always the case with Wodehouse.)
This is one of Wodehouse's stand-alone novels, but even if the character names aren't familiar, the character "types" and plot formula are. This in no way diminishes the fun. Lord Uffenham is a particularly bright spot in the novel.
Not much more to say-- enjoyable as ever.