If you like old fashioned mysteries, it doesn't get much better than Sayers. I can't wait for more!
A great collection of quirky short stories, as good as or better than Chesterton's Father Brown ones. They don't write them like this any more.
Fascinating book! The complete story of the Dr. Parkman/Prof. Webster murder, with details I never read anywhere else. Also, H. Holmes, the nineteenth century serial killer who operated a house of horrors in Chicago. He didn't confine his nefarious deeds to that city, by any means, and he was a con artist in addition to a killer. Many more murderers I'd never heard of.
Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys true crime books.
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