Jayes and the Mummy ProblemThere have been occasions when, in the course of life, my strong right arm Jayes and I have needed to head for sunnier climes for the good of our health. By that I mean that if we did not rather sharpishly leave the Metrop, we would be enjoying a forced health cure and diet at the expense of His Majesty, which while it undoubtedly would lead to a slimmer and more muscular boy is not the style of life Bartholomew Judas Rhymaes was born for.Jayes and the Mummy Problem by KP-Presents
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So it was on one particular December that, instead of shivering in the cold winds of Londonium, I was relaxing on the sun deck of a boat floating down the Nile, waiting for Jayes to bring me the before dinner cocktail. It was he who suggested an Egyptian trip would be a sensible idea, rather than stay and explain the unfortunate misunderstanding over the ownership of Lady DeBonneville's diamond necklace, and I had to admit it was a jolly good idea.
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