Peter Death Bredon Wimsey
Talented amateur detective,
expert in criminology,
cricket, classical music,
and mediaeval incunabula.
Respected younger son of the Duke of Denver,
renowned author in his own right,
debonair diplomatic investigator, and master bon vivant.
Eton College (1908)
Balliol College; Oxford (1912)
(1st class honours, Sch. of Mod. Hist.)
H.M. Forces—Major, Rifle Brigade (1914-1918)
(Distinguished Service Officer, 1917)
Notes on the Collecting of Incunabula (1924)
The Murderer’s Vade-Mecum (1932)
Conversational and reading ability in English, French, German, Latin, Italian, Greek, etc.
Marlborough, Egotists’, Bellona
Pym’s Publicity (1933)
(Originator of the publicity campaign for Whifflets)
o Collector of Dante, incl. Aldine 8vo. Of 1502; Naples folio of 1477
o Expert in Reformation polemical documents
o Connoisseur of John Donne’s work
• Classical music
o Piano, including Bach, Scarlatti, and Listz, among other classical composers.
o Change-ringing (traditional church bell-ringing)
o See especially the excellent accounts by D.L. Sayers
o Oxford Blue
• Chief Inspector Parker, Scotland Yard
• Lord Gerald Wimsey, Duke of Denver
• The Rt. Revd. and Rt. Hon. Archbishop of Canterbury, William Cosmo Gordon Lang
• Mervyn Bunter, former Sergeant, H.M. Forces; current butler to his Lordship
• The Revd. Venables, Fenchurch St. Paul, the Fens.
Contact information available on request.
If you’ve any use for a duffer like me, please call, write or ‘phone 110 Piccadilly, or Bredon Hall, Duke’s Denver, Norfolk.
Lord Peter Wimsey