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A classic author from the golden era of mysteries, Dorothy L. Sayers is best known for her series featuring nobleman-detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

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susandiane - 07:12am Apr 20, 2006 PST(#116 of 118)
TARDIS Express; When it absolutely, positively HAS to be there before you mail it!

yuliya, (boy this is a late answer LOL)the harriet vane stories should DEFINETLY be read in order. i don't listen to books on tape so i have no idea about that. and kattt, i always thought it was a shame lesley howard didn't play wimsey, he looked just like wimsey's description:)

maria mannet - 04:45pm May 30, 2006 PST(#117 of 118)

I am during a presentation for my British Lit class and i basicly need to be Dorothy Sayers for the class and tell eveyone about me how would you present this.

Jessica O'Connor - 09:34am Jul 1, 2006 PST(#118 of 118)

I'm new here, but I just want to post and let folks here know that not only was Sayers a mystery author she was a scholar, so I don't think she can be accused of being intellectually pretensious.

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