Dorothy L. Sayers (Author)
June 13, 2016
5.25 X 1.35 X 8.0 inches | 1.11 pounds
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About the Author
A renowned British writer best known for her detective stories featuring investigator Lord Peter Wimsey, as well as for her translation of Dante's Divine Comedy, Dorothy L. Sayers was educated at Oxford. She became one of the founding members of the Detection Club - with G. K. Chesterton preceding her as president and Agatha Christie succeeding her. Her most enduring works of fiction include Gaudy Night, Busman's Honeymoon, The Nine Tailors, and Murder Must Advertise. She also wrote book-length essays such as The Mind of the Maker and Creed or Chaos, and several acclaimed plays: The Man Born to Be King, The Zeal of Thy House, and The Just Vengeance.