The Case of the Canterfell Codicil
by PJ Fitzsimmons (2020)
The double locked-room murders are ingeniously plotted, and solved in a whirl that makes merry of the Golden Age plodders. Anty Boisjoly embodies both Wooster’s insouciance and Jeeves’s nous. Fitzsimmons strives in turn for Wodehousian prose but manages only a middling pastiche.