Entertainment- and not top-ranking Wodehouse, but fun, nonetheless. Typical sparkle in the story of the complications arising from Lord Shortlands' possession of a valued stamp and an invaluable daughter. When American Standwood, with ex-cracksman valet, comes to visit Beevor Castle, he is pining for the American moving picture star his father has refused to allow him to marry. Then Mike Cardinal, agent for American films, arrives to woo Terena and her father. And when they both commit themselves to regain Lord Shortlands' stamp, vernal equinox results. Shorty and his butler miss out on the chance to marry the cook, but Standwood gets his girl, and Mike gets not only Teresa but her father for Hollywood... Wodehouse probably needs introduction to youth today, so check on some of his previous books for this market.