Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The Tuesday Night Bloggers Master List

The Tuesday Night Bloggers have been meeting now for several months with a group of us who are interested in golden age detective writers. Each month we focus on a different The first one was, of course, Agatha Christie (hence the reference in our collective name to The Tuesday Club Murders) and Curt Evans collected them all on his blog, The Passing Tramp. Next up was Ellery Queen--also hosted by Curt. Moira Redmond hosted our look at Ngaio Marsh on Clothes in Books and our musings on Rex Stout, were collected by Noah Stewart. Noah is also responsible for the very fine logo specially created for the February series, about Dorothy L. Sayers which will normally be found at the home of Helen Szamuely over at Conservative History Journal . Our lovely hostess is a bit under the weather this week and I will be doing my best to fill her shoes while she recuperates. 

This week Moira at Clothes in Books takes a look at THAT romance between Lord Peter and Harriet Vane. She thought she might stir up a bit of controversy...but she didn't know which part of the post would draw our attention.

Noah at Noah's Archives considers what may have caused his early aversion to Sayers (and pauses to reconsider) and gives us Dorothy L. Sayers and the excelsior principle.

Kate Jackson at Cross Examining Crime gives us her five favorite Wimsey books...and one not-so-favorite in 5 to Try and 1 to Avoid.

And I tell secrets (sortof) in my Confessions of a Wimsey Fangirl.

My apologies if I've missed anyone. If you've got a post to share on Dorothy L. Sayers, please point me to it and I'll get you linked up! 

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