By Charles Jennings.

Read by Alan Cox and Flora Montgomery; abridged by Polly Coles.

0120070730As the British aristocracy became increasingly impoverished during the 1930s, they began to look across the Atlantic in search of new funds.
Americans were equally attracted by titles and castles.
0220070731Not content with waiting for American heiresses to cross the Atlantic in search of husbands, some particularly impoverished aristocrats decided to go in search of the richest women they could find.