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by Dorothy L. Sayers
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Reading Slothfully
Reading Slothfully rated it 5 years ago
Not too long ago, my spouse read this book and intrigued me into doing the same. Back in the dark ages, when we lived in Pittsburgh and didn't have a TV or any money to speak of, we would entertain ourselves by reading Dorothy Sayers to each other in the evenings. I think we pretty much read them al...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 6 years ago
The triumphant return of reading notes! This month, I plan to re-read and talk about four mysteries by Dorothy Sayers. Specifically, those which feature both Harriet Vane & Lord Peter Wimsey, since Harriet + Peter = otp forever. As always, these posts may (will!) contain massive spoilers so beware i...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 7 years ago
bookshelves: spring-2014, mystery-thriller, radio-4x, series, published-1937, play-dramatisation, britain-england Recommended for: BBC Radio Listeners Read from May 16 to 30, 2014 Description: Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride, mystery writer Harriet Vane, start their honeymoon with murder. The fo...
A woman in the shape of a monster
A woman in the shape of a monster rated it 9 years ago
The middle lagged a bit for me but every scene with Peter and Harriet in it is PERFECT. I cried. ;;;;
Malin rated it 9 years ago
Busman's Honeymoon is the thirteenth book about Lord Peter Wimsey. While you don't need to have read many of the others, the book will be better if you've at least read Gaudy Night Also, this review will contain some spoilers for that book, so be warned.The book opens with a number of letters, diary...
Moultrie Creek Books
Moultrie Creek Books rated it 9 years ago
Enjoyed the book more for the story of Peter and Harriet adjusting to married life than for the mystery. It wasn't one of her better mysteries, but still a very enjoyable read.
saugat rated it 10 years ago
Wimsey is finally married to Harriet Vane and both encounter a corpse during their honeymoon. I liked it.
Reading Maketh a Full Man...
Reading Maketh a Full Man... rated it 10 years ago
I needed a 5 star book to read after a few dismal 1 and 2 stars.... and this book fits the ticket. One of my favorite Dorothy Sayers books, it is not really a murder mystery as a delightful romp into the complexities of joyful and wonderful marriage. I may take awhile to finish this... it is just ...
Kim Reads and Bakes
Kim Reads and Bakes rated it 10 years ago
This novel is really much more of a love story than a mystery, as Dorothy L Sayers herself acknowledged. But for readers who followed the story of Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane through the three previous novels which featured both characters, it is a most satisfying love story and a welcome culminat...
carey rated it 11 years ago
I much prefer the stories when Harriet is in them. Makes Peter Wimsey slightly less obnoxious and infuriating.
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