The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club Mini-Review

The tone of this book was better than Unnatural Death plus for Wimsey, more personal (although much less than in Clouds of Witness). Less ghastly and only one murder. One love match. More mystery. Actually, towards the end the detectives make discoveries so fast and reveal so little that I was bewildered and thought that I… Continue reading The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club Mini-Review

Unnatural Death Mini-Review

The murderer in Unnatural Death, I think, was more of the Julian Freke style of murderer. Callous and brutal. I can remember three murders and at least 3 victims of attempted murder—including Lord Peter himself. Plus other disgusting/disturbing/wrong elements. This book, like Whose Body, was more of a detective story (i.e. we all—reader and characters—know who… Continue reading Unnatural Death Mini-Review

Whose Body Review

Despite writing notes during/soon after reading Whose Body and typing them up weeks ago, I am just now editing and publishing them. I need to publish current reviews and procrastinated reviews (if that is not an adjective yet it should be) at the same time. I will improve, I will, I will! (Said like “I do… Continue reading Whose Body Review