I enjoy many different writers of detective fiction, but Heyer is the one that I always read more than once. With other writers such as Christie it's all about the mystery, and nothing wrong with that. With Georgette Heyer, the mystery is usually good enough to keep you guessing, but it is her charming, funny characters that are the real joy. This is particularly true with 'Detection Unlimited', which is set in a small English country village in the 1950's. You have the village bobby on his bicycle, wilting in the heat; the old-school squire and his lady; the country solicitor; the redoubtable maiden aunt; the absented-minded vicar, and many more. A real joy to read.