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In this final book of the series, Sayers displays her attained mastery of the genre. Peter and Harriet are married at last and off on their honeymoon...
Clouds of Witness
Peter's sister's fiance is shot, and Peter's brother is arrested for the murder. Can Wimsey find a way to exonerate both of his siblings, and find th...
Gaudy Night is a tale of intrigue within an intellectual setting. The crime is not actually a physical wrong committed against any number of peopl...
Murder Must Advertise
When copywriter Victor Dean falls to his death down a spiral staircase in the respected British advertising firm of Pym's, the fatality looks accident...
The Documents in the Case
This book, which is told Wilkie-Collins style, with assorted narrators and in the form of letters and statements, is a fabulous work of detective fict...
The Five Red Herrings
In the story a man is murdered and the murder is made to look like an accident. There are five suspects who all have a good reason for revenge, but al...
The Nine Tailors
On a snowy New Years eve, Lord Peter Wimsey and his valet Bunter have a minor car accident, stranding themselves in the snow-bound flats of Norfolk. ...
The Unpleasantness At The Bellona Club
Ninety year old General Fentiman is found dead in his usual chair at the Bellona Club. Normally, this would not cause a sensation, he had a bad heart,...
A chance encounter with a doctor sets Lord Peter on the trail of a perfect murder - the victim was a bedridden, ill old lady, the means are invisible,...
This is Sayers' first novel, and so a little different than her others. In it, Lord Peter Wimsey investigates the mysterious appearance of an uninden...
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