Three more people die before the mystery is unraveled.
Further investigation reveals the dead man's mistress used drugs and was forced into the affair.
Death Bredon, now an employee of Pym's Publicity, says Victor Dean was murdered.
A man's deadly fall down a spiral staircase at Pym's Publicity disrupts a summer afternoon.
An elaborate reconstruction of the crime forces a confession from the killer.
Wimsey begins to eliminate suspects from the six possible murderers.
The police call the death accidental, but Wimsey thinks otherwise.
The discovery of a corpse disrupts Wimsey's peaceful fishing holiday.
Only one of the five suspects will lose everything if proven guilty of murder.
After the exhumation of Gen. Fentiman's body, the death is seen to be murder.
The will is in doubt until it is determined who died first.
An aging general dies peacefully in his armchair on Armistice Day.
The House of Lords assembles to decide the Duke of Denver's fate.
A warning to Wimsey is almost too late.
An important clue leads to a new suspect and a sudden confession to murder.
Tragedy strikes Riddlesdale Lodge when Gerald is accused of murdering Lady Mary's fiance.
The church bells reveal the secret and the murderer's identity.
The coroner declares death by natural causes.
Lord Wimsey returns to the scene of a 20-year-old murder.
Young Wimsey finds himself involved in a peculiarly ghastly crime at a fashionable wedding.