A Remarkable Analysis of a Remarkable Author
Catherine Kenney’s The Remarkable Case of Dorothy L. Sayers is what all literary criticism and analysis should be: eminently readable, well-researched, and thought-provoking, which is undoubtedly why the book is still in print twenty years after its initial publication. When I reviewed the book for Amazon in 1999, I commented that it was the best book on Sayers I had ever read. And as a Sayers aficionado, I have read most of the literature about her. Eleven years later, my assessment has not changed.