Tag Archives: Lord Peter Wimsey

Busman’s Honeymoon (1937) by Dorothy L Sayers

This is my second entry for Rich’s monthly Crimes of the Century challenge, which he hosts at his blog Past Offences. This is a book I have been keen to re-read since last month when I talked about it for … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: Sayers and Love

Over the past few weeks I have looked at the inclusion of romance and love in mystery fiction positively on the whole. In my first post I did a brief survey into how love features in Agatha Christie’s work – … Continue reading

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What Sayers has to Say About Advertising, Amongst Other Things in Murder Must Advertise (1933)

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Typewriter This is only my second Sayers’ novel on the blog, the first being the contentious Gaudy Night (1935). Murder Must Advertise (1933) though is one of my favourite Sayers, with Lord Peter Wimsey going … Continue reading

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Mystery Scene Magazine Summer 2016

The new issue of Mystery Scene is out, which is very exciting for me for two reasons. The first reason is that this is my first experience of reading this publication and its combination of new authors and familiar faces in … Continue reading

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Case for Three Detectives (1936) by Leo Bruce

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Blue Object I have known of this author for a while now, but this is my first time reading his work and I had heard a lot of good things about the Case for Three … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: Why you should give Dorothy L. Sayers’ Gaudy Night (1935) another look.

Being my usual sensible self I decided to take on a nice easy topic for my first week of posting on Sayers for the Tuesday Night Bloggers. Gaudy Night (1935) is the third novel in the Lord Peter Wimsey and … Continue reading

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