Series: Lord Peter Wimsey #3
A doctor overhears Wimsey chatting with Parker in a restaurant and decides to share his story of woe about how he lost his patients because he had some doubts about the death of one of his patients. Wimsey is intrigued and decides to investigate whether the death in question was natural or not.
This book was quite interesting for the most part, but that absurd bit near the end knock it down a bit for me. It was just a little too coincidental and over the top.
I have to say that I was really confused by the introduction though. I think it talked about events that took place a few years after the events in this book but I'm not entirely sure of the chronology and it just made things confusing.