Dorothy L. Sayers
Books by Dorothy L. Sayers
“It is a locked room or impossible crime mystery in as much as she was sitting there the whole time, she could see the whole beach, and no one approached either by sea or by land. Yet here is this man lying there, still warm, blood still flowing. It’s impossible. How can it happen?” Read more...
“A classic ‘country house at Christmas’ short story, first published in 1931. Sayers’s regular sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey is spending the festive period at a house party hosted by a rich and genial old man who loves to have his guests play classic parlour games like Hunt the Slipper and Sardines. During a game of Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? he notices that his daughter’s priceless pearl necklace has disappeared from the side table where she had put it for safety.” Read more...
The Best Classic Christmas Mysteries
Interviews where books by Dorothy L. Sayers were recommended
The Best Classic Christmas Mysteries, recommended by Caroline Crampton
Looking for a cosy mystery to settle down with in front of the fire this holiday season? Look no further. We asked Caroline Crampton, creator and host of the Shedunnit podcast, to recommend her favourite classic mystery books set during the Christmas period.
The Best Summer Mysteries, recommended by Caroline Crampton
If you’re about to jet off for a relaxing vacation, you might be looking for a page-turning detective story to keep you enthralled on your sun-lounger. Here, Caroline Crampton—creator of the popular podcast Shedunnit—recommends five classic murder mysteries set in glamorous summer holiday locations.
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