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review by . February 21, 2013
Sayers turns in a tightly twisted plot involving an artist's murder in a coastal Scottish village that is home to a close colony of artists--at least six of whom have a motive for killing the unlikeable victim.  She takes obvious and devious delight in laying false leads, dead-end clues, and irrelevant facts. Buried among the red herrings are the facts that point to....all of the possible suspects!   And buried below the surface, where only master sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey and …
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