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Sayers Dorothy

Unnatural Death

Unnatural Death Genre: historical detective
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'No sign of foul play'. So concludes Dr Carr`s post-mortem on Agatha Dawson, and the case is closed. But Lord Peter Wimsey is not satisfied and, with no clues to work on, begins his own investigation. No clues, that is, until the sudden and senseless murder of Agatha`s maid.

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  1. Dorothy L. Sayers Unnatural Death
  2. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
  3. Communicated by Paul Austin Delagardie
  4. Part I. The Medical Problem
  5. Chapter 1 Overheard
  6. Chapter 2 Miching Mallecho
  7. Chapter 3 Use for Spinsters
  8. Chapter 4 A Bit Mental
  9. Chapter 5 Gossip
  10. Chapter 6 Found Dead
  11. Chapter 7 Ham and Brandy
  12. Chapter 8 Concerning Crime
  13. Chapter 9 The Will
  14. Part II. The Legal Problem
  15. Chapter 10 The Will Again
  16. Chapter 11 CrossRoads
  17. Chapter 12 A Tale of Two Spinsters
  18. Chapter 13 Hallelujah
  19. Chapter 14 Sharp Quillets of the Law
  20. Chapter 15 Temptation of St. Peter
  21. Chapter 16 A Cast-iron Alibi
  22. Chapter 17 The Country Lawyer ’s Story
  23. Chapter 18 The London Lawyer ’s Story
  24. Part III. The Medico-Legal Problem
  25. Chapter 19 Gone Away
  26. Chapter 20 Murder
  27. Chapter 21 By What Means?
  28. Chapter 22 A Case of Conscience
  29. Chapter 23 And Smote Him, Thus
  30. About The Author


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