I was happy to see that the story of Peter and Harriet had another episode. They are old friends of mine and it's always good to see more of them. Wimsey is described as "an elderly Fred Astaire" which is just perfect. It is not, admittedly, the strongest plot, but then for me the best detective stories have the crime as a minor, almost incidental thread. I like the post-war Oxford atmosphere, where Charles Parker choosed a pub specially because he's heard that CS Lewis (as theologian, not children's writer) goes there. I love the idea of Peter Wimsey reading "The Hobbit" to his sons. Was Tolkein really such a misogynist that he wouldn't tutor women students? Likely. Are we going to get another one?