'Nods to' or 'cameos of' Lord Peter in modern novels
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This isn't literary, but I believe there was a 'Fraisier' episode where Niles dressed up as Lord Peter for Halloween or something like that.
LRK can't do another cameo because Lord Peter is still under copyright - and the Sayer estate put their foot down. Alas!
It's a very good article too.
That said, Stephen King also tried his hand at a Wimsey novel himself.
Interesting, though. He probably never would have gotten it past the Sayers' estate if he tried to publish--though maybe they weren't as watch-dogish back then?
"He reminded me of Lord Peter Wimsey--not only the fair hair and the skin scarcely darkened by the Roman sun, but the air of mild contempt. You couldn't say his nose was big, but it seemed to dominate his face, and although he was sitting down and I was standing, he gave me the impression of looking down his nose at me."
I heard a rumor that Elizabeth Peters is going to write a new Vicky Bliss novel! Yay!