The Inimitable Jeeves by PG Wodehouse, 220 pages.
Any Wodehouse is good Wodehouse, but the Jeeves and Wooster stories are the best. The audio, regardless of who is reading the book, is always good. I don't know why. Maybe anyone who can do an upper-class British voice can read British humor well. This collection of linked stories follows Bertie Wooster, his butler Jeeves, and Bertie's friend, Bingo Little, as Bingo falls in love repeatedly, wanting desperately to find the one, while Bertie attempts to stop his string of accidental engagements. Always good fun.