Dorothy L. Sayers brit

Dorothy Sayers

1893. június 13. (Oxford, Nagy-Britannia) – 1957. december 17. (Witham, Essex, Nagy-Britannia)

Teljes névDorothy Leigh Sayers

Könyvei 25

Dorothy L. Sayers: Kilenc ütés egy ember
Dorothy L. Sayers: Murder Must Advertise
Dorothy L. Sayers: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Dorothy L. Sayers: Whose Body?
Dorothy L. Sayers: Clouds of Witness
Dorothy L. Sayers: Mézeshetek
Dorothy L. Sayers: Strong Poison
Dorothy L. Sayers: Aki királynak született
Dorothy L. Sayers: Jelige: „Gyilkosság”
Dorothy L. Sayers: The Nine Tailors

Kapcsolódó sorozatok: Lord Peter Wimsey

Kapcsolódó kiadói sorozatok: Macmillan Collector's Library, Az Athenaeum detektívregényei

Antológiák 3

Borbás Mária (szerk.): 21 rémes történet
Kuczka Péter (szerk.): 22 detektívtörténet
Kovács Nemere (szerk.): Éjszakai ügyelet

Róla szóló könyvek 1

Susan Rowland: From Agatha Christie to Ruth Rendell

Népszerű idézetek

BridgeOlvas I

'I wonder,' said the Hon. Freddy Arbuthnot, 'what damn silly fool invented Sunday afternoon.'

3. Mudstains and Bloodstains. 62. o.


There were no kindly words for this—not even a long, scientific, Latin name.
„His throat was cut, Mrs. Weldon.”
(Brutal Saxon monosyllables.)

55. oldal, Chapter V - The Evidence of the Betrothed (Avon, 1968)

Timár_Krisztina ISP

„How do you come to know Pamela Dean?”
„Pamela? A charming girl, isn't she? I obtained an introduction to her through what the great public – seduced by the unfortunate example of that incomparable vulgarisateur, Charles Dickens – abominably calls a mutual friend. I admit that my object in obtaining the introduction was a purely business one; I can only say that I wish all business acquaintances were so agreeable.”

202. oldal

BridgeOlvas I

Y'know it's rather a good idea to keep one's crimes in the family; one has so many more facilities.

2. The Green-Eyed Cat. 37. o.

BridgeOlvas I

Of course, one couldn't think properly in Paris – it was so uncomfortable and the houses were central heated.

6. Mary Quite Contrary. 120. o.

BridgeOlvas I

„One demands a little originality in these days, even from murderers,” said Lady Swaffham. „Like dramatists, you know – so much easier in Shakespeare's time, wasn't it? Always the same girl dressed up as a man, and even that borrowed from Boccaccio or Dante or somebody. I'm sure if I'd been a Shakespeare hero, the very minute I saw a slim-legged young page-boy I'd have said: 'Odsbodikins! There's that girl again!'”

82. oldal