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Thrones, Dominations
  • ISBN: 9781444792959
  • Pages: 384
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Binding: Paperback

Thrones, Dominations

Dorothy L. Sayers & Jill Paton Walsh

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Thrones, Dominations is a Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane murder mystery novel that Dorothy L. Sayers began writing but abandoned, and which remained at her death as fragments and notes. It was completed by Jill Paton Walsh and published in 1998.

Lord Peter Wimsey has returned from his honeymoon, eager to settle into married life with his cherished new wife, the novelist Harriet Vane. As they become part of fashionable London society they encounter the glamorous socialite Rosamund Harwell and her wealthy impressario husband Laurence. Unlike the Wimseys, Rosamund and Laurence are not in love – and all too soon, one of them is dead. It is a murder that only Lord Peter Wimsey can solve.

‘An engrossing, intelligent and provocative novel in the guise of a conventional mystery’ New York Times Book Review

‘A superb job of seamless collaboration. Thrones, Dominations is pure pleasure.’ Wall Street Journal

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