The Jazz Age: the height of fashion, of opulence and excess. In the Roaring Twenties high living was King and low cunning was Queen. Amidst the art deco and cocktails, diabolical masterminds plotted, schemed and murdered their way to untold fortunes ... and standing in their way was the dapper, monocled Lord Peter Wimsey, the quintessentially English gentleman detective. With the aid of Scotland YardGÇÖs Inspector Charles GÇ£Parker BirdGÇ¥ Parker, Lord Peter risks life and limb to thwart fiendish plots as they investigate cases littered with red herrings and corpses at the heart of the idle rich. In Murder Must Advertise, Lord Peter Wimsey hits the headlines and goes undercover at PymGÇÖs Publicity Ltd as a copywriter, replacing his recently deceased predecessor who had a date with death via the staircase. Before his untimely demise, he had advised his boss of something nefarious had infiltrated the agency. Snappy headlines and living it up in the press game is just a charade for Wimsey as he pieces together the undercover story for the front page. British cinematic legend Ian Carmichael is joined by an all-star cast as Dorothy L SayersGÇÖ urbane, fiercely intelligent detective and his rich, often murderous world of high society is brought to life in the complete first series of colourful and authentic 1920s whodunits.
Lord Peter Wimsey: The Complete Third Series