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  1. Busman's Honeymoon: A Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery with Harriet Vane by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-04-01
  2. Dorothy L. Sayers: The Complete Stories by Dorothy L. Sayers, 2002-08-01
  3. The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1966-09-28
  4. In the Teeth of the Evidence (Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-06-01
  5. Thrones, Dominations (A Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery) by Dorothy L. Sayers, Jill Paton Walsh, 1999-03-15
  6. Gaudy Night (Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-04-01
  7. Unnatural Death (Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1993-07
  8. Whose Body? (Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-08-01
  9. Lord Peter : The Complete Lord Peter Wimsey Stories by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1986-12-03
  10. Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-06-01
  11. Strong Poison by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1987-01
  12. Murder Must Advertise (Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 1995-06-01
  13. Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L. Sayers (Halcyon Classics) by Dorothy L. Sayers, 2010-08-16
  14. Mind of the Maker by Dorothy L. Sayers, 2005-01-17

1. Dorothy L. Sayers
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Dorothy Sayers Dorothy L. Sayers Books Oxford-educated Dorothy Leigh Sayers (1893-1957) was one of the most popular authors of the Golden Age era. Born in England in 1893, Dorothy Sayers received her degree at university in medieval literature. Following her graduation, besides publishing two volumes of poetry, she began to write detective stories to earn money. Mystery Time Line Welcome Time Line Cicero Edgar Allan Poe ... Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Greats Websites Agatha Christie Nancy Drew Alfred Hitchcock Charlie Chan ... Clue Chronicles Her first novel, "Whose Body?" (1923), introduced Lord Peter Wimsey, the character for which she is best known. Wimsey, with his signature monocle and somewhat foppish air, appeared in eleven novels and several short stories. Working with his friend, Inspector Parker of Scotland Yard, Wimsey solved cases usually involving relatives or close friends. Dorothy L. Sayers was well known for "combining detective writing with expert novelistic writing," and the imaginative ways in which her victims were disposed of. Among the many causes of death seen in her novels were, among others, poisoned teeth fillings, a cat with poisoned claws, and a dagger made of ice! (The Whodunit) Dorothy Sayers also edited several mystery anthologies collected under the heading "The Omnibus of Crime" (1929), which included a noteworthy opening essay on the history of the mystery genre.

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Dorothy Leigh Sayers Page 1, The Dorothy L. Sayers Crime CollectionThe Dorothy L. Sayers Crime Collection. Thrones, DominationsThrones, Dominations.
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First British Edition Folio Society (1998) The Dorothy L. Sayers Crime Collection
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This attractive five-volume set is introduced by P. D. James , one of Britain's foremost authors of crime fiction.
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Strong Poison Gaudy Night The Nine Tailors Murder Must Advertise Have his Carcase Slip case and covers are lavishly illustrated and additional line drawings accompany the text. Illustrator Natacha Ledwidge (who has also produced work for Vogue and ) brings out the full period flavour of the Twenties and Thirties settings of the books.
The set has an approximate total of 1,856 pages, and measures 8 3/4" X 5 3/4"
'I admire her novels:.. she has a great fertility of invention, ingenuity and a wonderful eye for detail' Ruth Rendell
'Miss Sayers's inventive faculty is so prolific and so whimsical, and her sense of humour is so irrepressible that she cannot be dull.'

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    Dorothy L Sayers. Category Fiction. NonFiction AgentBruce Hunter. A refined author with a talent for wry mysteries spiced with
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    A refined author with a talent for wry mysteries spiced with quotations of verse and observations about English society, Dorothy L. Sayers created aristocratic sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey. Though best known for her entertaining crime novels, the lively minded Sayers also wrote plays, poetry and essays on Christianity. There were 11 novels and 21 short stories featuring Lord Peter Wimsey. In her fifth novel Strong Poison (1930), she introduced Harriet Vane, a mystery writer whose fiancé dies in a manner described in one of her stories. Harriet is in the dock because she has an extensive knowledge of poisons. Lord Peter is determined to prove her innocence, and to make her his wife. The two sleuths appear as a husband-and-wife team in three subsequent novels. One of them, Gaudy Night (1935), finds Harriet Vane caught in a tug-of-war between her love for Lord Peter and her growing satisfaction with her work, and struggling to balance womanhood and personhood. Sayers may have been inspired by Christie's Partners in Crime stories, each featuring Tuppence and Tommy, and each parodying some other mystery writer. But Dashiell Hammett was surely influenced by Sayers when creating his Nick and Nora Thin Man series several years later.

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    The dorothy L sayers Society. Welcome to the home pages of the dorothy L sayers Society. Copyright © The dorothy L sayers Society.
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    Welcome to the home pages of the Dorothy L Sayers Society. There is some more information here on the Society , including how to join Or you can read a very short biography of DLS If you are interested in discussing the works of (or anything else about) DLS, there are several very good places to start (apart from this site, of course!). In fact, there are so many good places around that we've put links on a page of their own . If you know of any useful links to other pages which are relevant to DLS, her life, works, or indeed anything else vaguely related, please let us know If you have a question about DLS or her works, do also have a look at our own Frequently Asked Questions page your question might already have been answered! If what you find on this site encourages you to join, please mention that you found us on the Net when you write in! LATEST:
    • Lesley Simpson, who took many of the photographs in the The Lord Peter Wimsey Companion , and who can often be seen at Sayers events wielding her camera, has set up a photo gallery at Fotopic , where you can order copies - either as ordinary photos, or printed on various types of merchandise.

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    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ. by birthday from the calendar. Credits and feedback. dorothy L(eigh) sayers (18931957) British novelist, essayist, medieval scholar and anthologist. a Strange Lady by
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    B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Dorothy L(eigh) Sayers (1893-1957) British novelist, essayist, medieval scholar and anthologist. Sayers is best-known for her stories about the amateur aristocratic detective hero Lord Peter Wimsey, who made his breakthrough in the novel WHOSE BODY? (1923), wearing a top hat like Fred Astaire. After the late 1930s, Sayers wrote no more detective novels, but concentrated on theological dramas, radio plays and verse. "Lord Peter's library was one of the most delightful bachelor rooms in London. Its scheme was black and primrose; its walls were lined with rare editions, and its chairs and Chesterfield sofa suggested the embraces of the houris. In one corner stood a black baby-grand, and wood fire leaped on a wide old-fashioned hearth, and the Sevres vases on the chimney-piece were filled with ruddy and gold chrysanthemums." (from Whose Body? Dorothy Sayers was born in Oxford as the daughter of the Rev. Henry Sayers, the director of the Christchurch Cathedral Choir School, and Helen Mary (Leigh) Sayers. She was very gifted from the early age in languages, learning Latin by the age of seven and French from her governess. In 1912 she won a scholarship to the Oxford women's college Somerville, and in 1916 she published her first book, a verse collection titled OP I. In 1920 Sayers earned her M.A., among one of the first group of women to be granted degrees from Oxford University. She worked as a teacher in Yorkshire and in France, and as a reader for an Oxford publishing house. During these years Sayers went through a period she did not advertise much later. She had an illegitimate son, who was brought up by her cousin, Ivy Shrimpton. The father was Bill White, a motorcyclist and car salesman. Sayers rejected contraceptives, which caused a problem with the Russian born-novelist John Cournos. Letters from an unhappy love affair with him are now housed at Harvad University. Although her cousin took care of the child, Sayers followed closely his upbringing and supplied funds for this purpose. In 1926 Sayers married to the journalist, Captain Oswald Arthur Fleming. He was divorced and had two children. He died in 1950.

    15. Dorothy L Sayers, Writer And Theologian
    dorothy L sayers died 17 December 1957 (Encyclopedia Americana) or perhaps the next day (Who Was Who), leaving her translation of the Comedy unfinished.
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    Dorothy Leigh Sayers was an English writer and scholar, born at Oxford in 1893, the only child of an Anglican clergyman. She studied medieval literature at Oxford (Somerville College), being one of the first women to graduate (1915) from that university. Her first published writings were two volumes of verse, 1916 Op. 1 1919 Catholic Tales
    Here is a sample from the former volume:
    Christ walks the world again, his lute upon his back, His red robe worn to tatters, his riches gone to rack. The wind that wakes the morning blows his hair about his face, And his arms and legs are ragged with the thorny briar's embrace, For the hunt is up behind him, and his sword is at his side. Christ the bonny outlaw walks the whole world wide, Singing: "Lady, lady, will you come away with me,
    To lie among the bracken, and eat the barley bread?
    We shall see new suns arise, in golden far-off skies,
    for the son of God and woman has not where to lay his head."
    She worked for several years writing advertising copy, until she was able to support herself by the sale of her books and stories. During these years she joined a motorcycle gang, fell in love with a member, and bore him a son, Anthony. A friend of mine remarks: "What a shame that she did not convert C S Lewis and his friends to motor-cycling. I can see them now, cruising down the road seven abreast, at the sacred speed of 153 miles per hour [a reference to numerological speculations about John 21:11], shrieking their dreaded war-cry of

    16. Dorothy L. Sayers: A Christian Humanist For Today
    dorothy L. sayers A Christian Humanist for Today. by Mary Brian Durkin. Sister Durkin is associate professor of English at Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. This article appeared in the Christian Century, November 14, 1979, p. 1114. During her lifetime, dorothy L. sayers was known to many readers as the creator of that debonair
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    A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection Home Page. dorothy L. sayers. Whose Body? ( 1923) The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club (1928) (Chapters 1 12) Murder Must Advertise (1933) The Nine Tailors (1934) Lord Peter Views the Body (c1928) dorothy L. sayers Montague Egg stories and Other Puzzle Plots dorothy L. sayers' Montague Egg stories are some of her best works
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    Whose Body? (1923) The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club (1928) (Chapters 1 - 12) Murder Must Advertise (1933) The Nine Tailors (1934) Lord Peter Views the Body (c1928)
    • The Fascinating Problem of Uncle Meleager's Will (1925)
    • The Entertaining Episode of The Article in Question (1925)
    • The Bibulous Business of a Matter of Taste
    • The Learned Adventure of the Dragon's Head (1926)
    • The Adventurous Exploit of the Cave of Ali Baba (1928)
    Lord Peter
    • The Queen's Square (1932)
    • Absolutely Elsewhere (1933)
    • The Haunted Policeman (1938)
    Hangman's Holiday (c1933)
    • The Poisoned Dow '08
    • Sleuths on the Scent
    • Murder in the Morning
    • One Too Many
    • Murder at Pentecost
    • Maher-Shalal-Hashbaz
    • The Man Who Knew How (1932)
    In the Teeth of the Evidence (c1939)
    • A Shot at Goal
    • Dirt Cheap (1936)
    • Bitter Almonds (1939)
    • False Weight
    • The Professor's Manuscript (1939)
    • The Inspiration of Mr. Budd (1926)
    • The Leopard Lady (circa 1928)
    • Scrawns
    • The Milk Bottles (1932)
    • The Cyprian Cat (by 1933)
    • Dilemma (1934)
    • An Arrow O'er the House (1934)
    • Blood Sacrifice (1936)
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    Dorothy Leigh Sayers was born at Oxford on 13th June 1893, the only child of the Rev. Henry Sayers, of Anglo-Irish descent. Her father was at the time headmaster of Christ Church Cathedral School , and she was born in the headmaster's house. She was brought up at Bluntisham Rectory, Cambridgeshire, and went to the Godolphin School , Salisbury, where she won a scholarship to Somerville College , Oxford. In 1915 she graduated with first class honours in modern languages. Disliking the routine and seclusion of academic life she joined Blackwell's In 1923 she published her first novel, Whose Body , which introduced Lord Peter Wimsey, her hero for fourteen volumes of novels and short stories. She also wrote four other novels in collaboration and two serial stories for broadcasting. Writing full time she rose to be the doyen of crime writers and in due course president of the Detection Club. Her work, carefully researched and widely varied, included poetry, the editing of collections with her erudite introductions on the genre, and the translating of the Tristan of Thomas from mediaeval French. She admired E C Bentley and G K Chesterton and numbered among her friends T S Eliot, Charles Williams and C S Lewis.

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