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  1. Lord Peter is my favorite, and I’m quite fond of Bunter, too! Sayers has become one of my favorite mystery writers after returning to that genre after a 20+ year hiatus, i.e. Nancy Drew to Dorothy Sayers with a lot of life and education in between! I read the Harriet Vane books first, and now I’m slowing reading the rest in more or less chronological order, but I dole them out because I know I will be very sad when I’ve read them all! Mysteries just aren’t quite the same to reread, although my memory isn’t what it used to be, so I might enjoy them just as much as the first time in another 10 years!

  2. I don’t really want to read your review here because I can’t remember the storyline and would like to revisit it. I read this one awhile back but it’s another I’ve forgotten. I’m rather craving a good mystery….

  3. Love your connection to classical education =) I have not read a fiction book for myself in a very long time. I also stay away from things that might be scary. If I find myself hankering for a good fictional read, I’ll remember to check this one out! Thanks for linking up to Trivium Tuesdays!

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