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Unnatural Death: A Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery - Community Reviews back

by Dorothy L. Sayers, Ian Carmichael
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Lillelara
Lillelara rated it 1 year ago
I´m turning into a Lord Peter Wimsey fangirl. These books are so much fun. And I just want to urge everyone to read this book, because Miss Climpson gets introduced. And Miss Climpson with her odd style in writing letters and her attitude has become one of my favorite characters almost immediately. ...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 2 years ago
Series: Lord Peter Wimsey #3 A doctor overhears Wimsey chatting with Parker in a restaurant and decides to share his story of woe about how he lost his patients because he had some doubts about the death of one of his patients. Wimsey is intrigued and decides to investigate whether the death in qu...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 5 years ago
Another delightful re-read of another Peter Wimsey mystery. This time, our lordly sleuth doesn’t even have a case. He overhears a young doctor in a restaurant, talking about his suspicions in the recent death of one of his patients. The lady was elderly and suffered from cancer. She was dying anyway...
Moonlight Snowfall
Moonlight Snowfall rated it 6 years ago
This was a very enjoyable installment of the Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries. Peter's relationship with Parker becomes more collegial, and we are introduced to a new character by the name of Mrs. Climpson. I hope Mrs. Climpson sticks around, because she is wonderful. The book begins with Parker and Wi...
Andrea K Höst
Andrea K Höst rated it 7 years ago
A successful murder, unproveable, unassailable - so long as the murderer retains their nerve.Sayers uses this book to explore several "situations of women", including "women who aren't interested in men and who live together", "women who don't seem to be interested in anyone", "women who are now 'to...
D.G. ~Shameless Reader~
D.G. ~Shameless Reader~ rated it 7 years ago
This book was a thoroughly enjoyable entry in the Lord Peter Wimsey series. The mystery was adequate, mostly about proving that a murder had been committed instead of finding out the killer, which was known. I didn't know how the murder was accomplished - frightfully simple and clever - but the twis...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 7 years ago
I picked this one up and started reading it when nothing else appealed. Apparently nothing is as good as a Sayers novel these days. Well, you can see why: Wimsey is hilarious, and Sayers brings an interesting perspective to the genre. She recognized the racism and sexism so prevalent in her time, cr...
Lost in a Book
Lost in a Book rated it 7 years ago
It's been awhile since I indulged in a Peter Wimsey mystery. These days I seem to prefer the ones without Harriet Vane. This audiobook version was expertly narrated by Ian Carmichael. Such a treat!
xreactivity
xreactivity rated it 7 years ago
It's been awhile since I indulged in a Peter Wimsey mystery. These days I seem to prefer the ones without Harriet Vane. This audiobook version was expertly narrated by Ian Carmichael. Such a treat!
DP9
DP9 rated it 7 years ago
Enjoyed this greatly, a really interesting mystery. And colour me smug - I worked out the murder weapon before Wimsey.
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