A Presumption of Death - Dorothy L. Sayers, Jill Paton Walsh I've been on a Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane binge lately. Over the past few weeks I've read all of the Sayers novels involving them. That is, I've re-read the ones that Dorothy L Sayers wrote, and then started reading the Jill Paton Walsh continuations. I quite liked [b:Thrones, Dominations|132671|Thrones, Dominations|Dorothy L. Sayers|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/7127BYKMSZL._SL75_.gif|959167], althougth I didn't think it was entirely successful. This one I liked much more. I enjoyed the evocation of the early WWII years and felt that Paton Walsh portrayed Peter and Harriet in a way which was true to their creator. I'm now reading (and now very much enjoying) [b:The Attenbury Emeralds|8578673|The Attenbury Emeralds|Jill Paton Walsh|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/412d-ODoEnL._SL75_.jpg|13447729]. It is going to be so very hard to leave my favourite literary couple behind!