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    Whose Body?

    I hadn't realized this was the first in the Lord Peter Wimsey oevre. I have read it before, of course, some time in the last century (probably in the '70s) but it was a delight to revisit. I'd forgotten the plot and thus the solution, so it was fun trying to figure out what was going on. There will be more visits to the Wimsey world in my near future!
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    Whose Body by Dorothy Sayers

    Ian Carmichael' s interperation of Lord Peter Whimsey, in the '70's PBS series of Sayers satisfying series, captivated me. Subsequently, I read all of Ms Sayers books. Almost a century ago, Ms Sayers created a fully three dimentional character of intelligence, sensitivity and respect for women rarely achieved before or since. The Lord Peter collection is as a compulsive read now as 90 years ago. Personal favorite: The Nine Taylors.
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    Whose Body?

    The depth of the characters is one of the chief features of this book. While they may awkwardly hide behind academics or sheer verbal frivolity at times, there are reasons (if no excuses) for these excursions. I enjoyed the psychological aspects of the characters as much as I did the mystery itself. This initial offering in the series has made me very curious and I look forward to getting to know these characters further in the second book of the series.
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