The text has obviously been cleaned up since the last review, and this is a perfectly readable copy of an excellent Dorothy L Sayers mystery. Readers of today should be thankful to the original publishers, as Miss Sayers was extremely reluctant to allow a translation of the letter in French that holds the key to be supplied, feeling that her readers should no doubt be fluent in at least two languages ( if not more - the final words of \\\"Gaudy Night\\\" are in Latin and, alas, no translation in the edition I read...)
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