Maybe you have to really love Peter Wimsey to plow through what at first seems a superficial story. But you know better, because Harriet Vane is at the center, or at least at the center of Wimsey's attention. I enjoyed the two steps forward, one step back progression of their relationship, and the mystery does get deeper. Some of the characters seem terribly dated and it's hard to be patient with that part. But human beings in all their goodness and badness are portrayed again by Sayers in this complex mystery.
The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.
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