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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 1 Jeeves and The Impending Doom Summary

Bertie has been invited to spend three weeks at his Aunt Agatha's place at Woolham Chertsey. Aunt Agatha announces that some people will be coming over to play tennis. Up until then Bingo has been keeping close tabs on young Thomas who has vowed revenge on the Right Honorable Filmer for having reported him to his mother for smoking in the garden.

Bingo and Bertie are engrossed in their tennis doubles match when they realize that young Thomas has disappeared. A violent thunderstorm interrupts the play and everyone stampedes for the house except for Mr. Filmer, whom it is assumed is sheltering somewhere in the grounds.

Jeeves informs Bertie that Mr. Filmer is on the island in the middle of the lake in the grounds. He adds...

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