B. J. Harrison Reads Death at the Excelsior - äänikirja
With "Death at the Excelsior" the master of humor, P.G. Wodehouse, entertains his readers with a classic detective story. When a sea captain dies under terribly mysterious circumstances on land, detective Paul Snyder is called in to solve the case. Yet it is far from an easy one: the captain was inside his room at a boarding house called The Excelsior and died of a snake bite. The problem is, the door was locked and there is no snake to be found. How is this possible? The 20th-century mystery keeps the reader in its grip until the end, while also providing some of that famous Wodehouse humor.