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The Nine Tailors – Dorothy L. Sayers

(Hodder 2003, originally published 1934) The Nine Tailors is, arguably, Sayers’ best detective novel. It doesn’t sprawl, like Gaudy Night, and, although concerned with a dead body and how it got that way, is also concerned with family, personal honour … Continue reading

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