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Busman’s Honeymoon – Dorothy L. Sayers – adapted by Alistair Beaton

There is an amazing wealth of …stuff to listen to out there. The BBC Radio website alone could keep me happy for months. As, for example: the three-hour BBC Radio adaptation of Busman’s Honeymoon. (It’s not available on the site … Continue reading

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With love and thanks to Dorothy L. on her birthday.

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Clouds of Witness isn’t my favorite of the Lord Peter novels – but I think I’ve said before that’s like saying “my least favorite chocolate” or “my least favorite Beatle”. And this does have some of my…

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Whose Body – Dorothy L. Sayers – Nadia May

Another reading, another take on the book. Nothing new and startlingly original, by any means, but it is always different having a book read to you. And Nadia May did a truly lovely job with it. I love her as … Continue reading

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The Complete, Annotated Whose Body? – Dorothy L. Sayers

It finally became clear in my mind about halfway through this edition of WB that … Whose Body is in the public domain in the US. Therefore just about anyone can take it and annotate it or otherwise adapt it, … Continue reading

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*blows dust off blog* The Attenbury Emeralds, Jill Paton Walsh

I’ll refrain from saying “I’m back” or anything like that; who knows what tomorrow will bring? My life has changed in oh, so many ways; I will also refrain from quoting “Tomorrow” in addition to “Yesterday”, and just say … … Continue reading

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With love and thanks to Dorothy L. on her birthday.

Clouds of Witness isn’t my favorite of the Lord Peter novels – but I think I’ve said before that’s like saying “my least favorite chocolate” or “my least favorite Beatle”. And this does have some of my favorite Peter-Bunter scenes, and … Continue reading

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Thrones, Dominations –completed by Jill Paton Walsh

This is going to be long. I read Thrones, Dominations not too long after it first came out; this is a second reading, and first review. Of Thrones, Dominations, Dorothy L. Sayers “had written six rough chapters, and devised a … Continue reading

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