Busman's Honeymoon is a novel by Dorothy L. Sayers, her eleventh and last featuring Lord Peter Wimsey, and her fourth and last to feature Harriet Vane. Start by marking “Busman's Honeymoon (Lord Peter Wimsey, #13)” as Want to Read: Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride, mystery writer Harriet Vane, start their honeymoon with murder. Dorothy L. Sayers created a memorable sleuth in the patrician Lord Peter Wimsey, whom she envisioned.
—New York Times The great Dorothy L. Sayers is considered by many to be the Busman's Honeymoon (The Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries Book 13) and. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Busman's Honeymoon has everything—mystery, comedy, love, and drama—all served up in Dorothy Sayers's best style.” (New York. This ebook is made available at no cost and with very few restrictions Author: Sayers, Dorothy Leigh () DOROTHY L. SAYERS the tale of Busman's Honeymoon while it was being written, the Lord He knoweth.
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The honeymoon is intended as a break from their usual routine of Busman's Honeymoon is a novel by Dorothy L. Sayers, her eleventh.
Amateur detective Lord Peter Wimsey and mystery novelist Harriet Vane are finally wed, but their honeymoon is interrupted by – what else? – a murder that they.