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The story may have been a good one, but don't purchase this edition. There were too many missing words. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Museman
DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK! It contains more than 65 instances where whoever transcribed it preferred to write "[missing]" or "[garbled]" -- each instance containing... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mary W. Matthews
The book was well written with several interesting plots which were pulled together at the end. This is as good story written by a talented storyteller.Published 11 days ago by Mary Blue
Another good book by Sayers. Best if read at your own pace, as she packs a lot into each sentence. Pay attentionPublished 13 days ago by Karen L. Haringa
Garbled text, missing sections. Obviously created by scanning and OCRing without taking the time to fully validate the results. A shame to treat a good book like that.Published 17 days ago by Karen S.
It's all about Wimsey. Lord Peter Wimsey is the key to every virtue of this novel. His background illuminates the very different class-based society in the U.K. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Tai Chi
Characters were likeable, still too much Bertie Wooster in Lord Wimsey's character. Author still looking for her style. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Lawman
I am trying to read Sayers in order. This is the second one. I liked it.
It did take a long winding route to the conclusion. Nonetheless, a good read.
I would read and enjoy anything Sayers ever wrote, but this Lord Peter Wimsey's successful defense of his stubbornly dense brother, is one of my favorites.Published 21 days ago by Annabelle-2