Dorothy L. Sayers (1893 – 1957) was one of the four Queens of Crime of the Golden Age of detective fiction, along with Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, and Ngaio Marsh. Sayers wrote a series of mystery novels and short stories featuring amateur sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey. Four of the novels also feature Lord Peter's love interest Harriet Vane.
Those I have read are in red. Those on my TBR shelf are in blue.
Whose Body? (1923)
Clouds of Witness (1926) (reviewed here)
Unnatural Death (1927).
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club (1928) (reviewed here)
Lord Peter Views the Body (1928) (short stories)
Strong Poison (1930)
Five Red Herrings (1931)
Have His Carcase (1932)
Hangman's Holiday (1933) (short stories, 4 with Lord Peter)
Murder Must Advertise (1933)
The Nine Tailors (1934)
Gaudy Night (1935)
Busman's Honeymoon (1937)
In the Teeth of the Evidence (1939) (short stories, only two with Lord Peter)
Striding Folly (1972) (short stories)