From the Editor

by Craig Stark

#26, 6 September 2004

Contributing Editor Pamela Palmer makes her second appearance today in Collecting Mystery & Detective Fiction with a look at renowned mystery writer Dorothy Sayers, though perhaps "novelist" might be the better term, given that Sayers, especially later in her career, often elevated the mystery to something approaching genuine literary status. I was introduced to Sayers myself over 30 years ago in a Masterpiece Theater production of Clouds of Witness. Before the series had ended, I had bought the book and caught up, so to speak, with the series. It was the only time I had ever simultaneously watched a production and read the corresponding book, and this layered, almost profound experience left me with an impression that seems as fresh now as it did then.

BookTopics makes a second appearance as well. This time it's first edition identification, and we've gathered together the many BookThinker articles that pertain to this topic and planted them in one place.

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