Faulks Wodehouse or faux pas?

Carry On, Jeeves? No way, not when the Master is dead.

The devotees are crying blue murder, aghast at the forthcoming tale about Wooster and Jeeves not written by PG Wodehouse himself .

They are astounded by the audacity of Sebastian Faulks, who is adding a sequel to the canon of the late, great Wodehouse.  The New Statesman summed up the outrage bluntly. “The hubris of Sebastian Faulks: trying to imitate the inimitable PG Wodehouse,” harrumphed the headline.