Dorothy L. Sayers

“Harriet was silent. She suddenly saw Wimsey in a new light. She knew him to be intelligent, clean, courteous, wealthy, well-read, amusing and enamoured, but he had not so far produced in her that crushing sense of utter inferiority which leads to prostration and hero-worship. But she now realised that there was, after all, something god-like about him. He could control a horse.”

Dorothy L. Sayers, Have His Carcase
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Have His Carcase  (Lord Peter Wimsey, #8) Have His Carcase by Dorothy L. Sayers
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