This collection of Dorothy L. Sayers mysteries includes 7 novels and 2 collections of short stories featuring Sayer's aristocratic detecting Lord Peter Wimsey and Mr. Montague Egg, purveyer of fine wines and spirits.
The 7 novels in order of their original copyright are:
Clouds of Witness, 1926 ISBN 0060808357
Unnatural Death, 1927 ISBN 0450001016
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, 1928 ISBN 450031306
Strong Poison, 1930 ISBN 38022616125
The Documents of the Case, 1930 (written with Robert Eustace) ISBN 450034976
The Nine Tailors, 1934 ISBN 0450054845
Busman's Honeymoon, 1937 ISBN 0450018008
Short stories with Lord Peter Wimsey and Mr. Egg
In the Teeth of the Evidence, 1939 ISBN 450033988
Striding Folly ISBN 450014398, containing the last 3 Wimsey stories: Striding Folly and The Haunted Policeman previously published in 1939 and Tallboys written in 1942 and the very last Lord Peter Wimsey story. This story shows Wimsey as the father of 3 boys. The collection was published posthumously in 1972, copyrighted by her son Anthony Fleming.
All the books are paperback in 1970s editions and all from New English Library except for Strong Poison from Avon Books and Clouds of Witness from Perennial, Harper and Row. They are in very good condition, tight and have light to moderate age tanning.
These can be purchased separately. Email me if you want less than the full lot.
Book lots can be sent media mail to US buyers. If you can a few extra days for delivery, email me and I will refund the excess shipping.