Book Reviews of Documents in the Case

Documents in the Case
Documents in the Case
Author: Robert Eustace, Dorothy L. Sayers
ISBN-13: 9780060808365
ISBN-10: 0060808365
Publication Date: 3/1987
Pages: 234
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Harpercollins
Book Type: Paperback
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I like this best of all the Sayers books even though it is not a Lord Peter story. It is also the only book written with a co-author. Not sure if either of these things is why I like it. Just find it very interesting and different.
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"Each of the characters is revealed in a series of letter and statements which work up to a dramatic climax, entirely satisfying from an intellectual and detective point of view."-The Nation
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While it doesn't involve Wimsey, and was not written by Sayers alone, this is still an excellent mystery, and very creatively done.
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Very enjoyable non-series mystery written by a renown author. The information on the event and the solving is revealed by way of letters, testimony in the trial, flashbacks. Setting is England of the late 1920's. Sample of the pithy views of some of the characters: "If hotel life is your notion of happiness you ought to go and live in America." pg 28.