Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane Mysteries

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The Late Scholar
Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane Mysteries (Volume (4 of 4))
Jill Paton Walsh
Minotaur Books

When a dispute among the Fellows of St. Severin's College, Oxford University, reaches a stalemate, Lord Peter Wimsey discovers that as the Duke of Denver he is...


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The Attenbury Emeralds
Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane Mysteries (Volume (3 of 4))
Jill Paton Walsh
Minotaur Books

In 1936, Dorothy L. Sayers abandoned the last Lord Peter Wimsey detective story. Sixty years later, a brown paper parcel containing a copy of the manuscript...


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A Presumption of Death
Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane Mysteries (Volume (2 of 4))
Jill Paton Walsh and Dorothy L. Sayers
Minotaur Books

Sixty years after Dorothy L. Sayers began her unfinished Lord Peter Wimsey novel, Thrones Dominations, Booker Prize finalist Jill Paton Walsh took on the...


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Thrones, Dominations
Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane Mysteries (Volume (1 of 4))
Dorothy L. Sayers and Jill Paton Walsh
Minotaur Books

In 1936, Dorothy L. Sayers —considered one of the best mystery writers of the Golden Age—abandoned the last Lord Peter Wimsey detective story. Sixty years...


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Jill Paton Walsh
Jill Paton Walsh is the author of books for adults, young adults and children. Her novel Knowledge of Angels was short-listed for the Booker Prize. Her crime novels and mystery novels include The Attenbury Emeralds, A Presumption of Death, The Wyndham Case and A Piece of Justice, which was shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award. With Dorothy L. Sayers, she was co-author of Thrones, Dominations. Her novels for children and young adults include The Green Book and A Parcel of Patterns. She lives in Cambridge, England.
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Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy L. Sayers, the greatest of the golden age detective novelists, was born in Oxford in 1893. Her aristocratic detective, Lord Peter Wimsey, became one of the most popular fictional heroes of the twentieth century. She devoted the last 20 years of her life to playwriting, Christian scholarship, and a new translation of Dante. She died in 1957.
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