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While the early Wimsey is, in Margaret Hannay’s words, something of a “cardboard detective,” nevertheless there are in him elements that allowed Sayers to “humanize him” in her later works. Today, the novella is uncommon, though AHMM has a long tradition of publishing novellas. Instead of a rope.and upper-middleclass types found in typical British mysteries of the classic school. an elderly music professor who has been a leader in the Chautauqua movement for decades.

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Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press; Revised edition (May 25, 2011)


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