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March 18, 2014
Review: Busman’s Honeymoon
Busman's Honeymoon is the last of Dorothy Sayers' Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries, and it's an...
March 04, 2014
Review: Gaudy Night, by Dorothy Sayers
In Gaudy Night, the penultimate Peter Wimsey novel, Sayers returns her attention to Lord Peter's...
February 18, 2014
Review: The Nine Tailors, by Dorothy Sayers
The next of Dorothy Sayers' Peter Wimsey mysteries is The Nine Tailors, which I enjoyed...
February 06, 2014
Words I Wish I’d Written: The Great Nutrax Row
IT WAS ON THE Friday of the week in which all these stirring incidents occurred...
February 04, 2014
Murder Must Advertise, by Dorothy Sayers
Unlike the last couple of Sayers' Lord Peter Wimsey novels, about which I had mixed...
January 28, 2014
Have His Carcase, by Dorothy Sayers
The next of Dorothy Sayers' Peter Wimsey mysteries is Have His Carcase; it is also...
January 23, 2014
Words I Wish I’d Written: Solitary Rocks
A solitary rock is always attractive. All right-minded people feel an overwhelming desire to scale...
January 21, 2014
The Five Red Herrings, by Dorothy Sayers
In Galloway, according to Dorothy Sayers, everyone either fishes or paints or both. This is...
January 14, 2014
Strong Poison, by Dorothy Sayers
Dorothy Sayers' Peter Wimsey series takes an abrupt left turn with the fifth book, Strong...
January 07, 2014
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, by Dorothy Sayers
Old General Fentiman has a ticktock life. Every morning he rises and goes to the...
December 31, 2013
Unnatural Death, by Dorothy Sayers
Mystery novels thrive on novelty, on how to murder the victim and hide the perpetrator...
December 24, 2013
Clouds of Witness, by Dorothy Sayers
In Whose Body?, Lord Peter Wimsey's brother the Duke of Denver wishes that Lord Peter...
December 17, 2013
Whose Body?, by Dorothy Sayers
Sometimes you go back to a book you remember with delight, and you wonder what...
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