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I often see errors on Kindle that I wonder about -- were they in the print version, too?
Second in the Lord Peter Wimsey / Harriet Vane secondary historical mystery series that carries on from the original Lord Peter Wimsey series by Dorothy Sayers.
Hopefully she'll continue her book writing for this one was thoughtful, Characters intact, history, character development and a good mystery.
Jill Paton Walsh has done well with the material she had inherited from Dorothy Sayers. The characters are consistent with their depiction in the genuine Sayers books.Published 25 days ago by Michael David Newton
The outbreak of Second World War finds Lord Peter Wimsey's family -- his wife Harriet Vane and their two toddler sons -- and Lord Peter's nieces and nephew moved from London to the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Miss Ivonne
I recently came back to the Lord Peter Wimsey novels. I found them just as enjoyable the second time around. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cathe cavalle
Very good job of continuing Dorothy Sayers legacy. I had read it before, but it was good againPublished 1 month ago by Ramona Anderson Oakes
All of the busman's holiday crowd are here, plus the next generation of Wimseys. Paton Walsh captures the loneliness of Harriet while Peter and Bunter are away, gives us an... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JS
This is the first independent “Wimsy” novel by Jill Paton Walsh. The previous book was partially written by Dorothy L Sayers and ‘finished’ by Walsh. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Grey Wolffe
This was a very good read, which I enjoyed. On reflection it seemed that the characterizations were quite weak, and the use of language much less sophisticated. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Abbey
Great story even though it was a collaboration of D L Sayers and Jill Paton Walsh . It showed how the English people dealt with the terrors of WWII.Published 4 months ago by Emil J. Gnam
Well, it got much better as it went on. In the beginning I can't say I saw anything to connect it with Dorothy Sayers other than the names of the characters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bookie