The mystery of the Bellona Club is the fifth book in the series of Lord Peter Wimsey by English writer Dorothy L. Sayers. In this adventure Wimsey will display their extravagant and, at times, insufferable personality and wit, in a case that is increasingly entangled. General Fentiman, a veteran of the Crimean War, found dead in his club, the Bellona, ??the same day of the celebration of the armistice. Death came to him sitting in his favorite chair, reading the newspaper, in what appears to heart failure in an elderly man very ill, as certified by your doctor. It is therefore a sad fact but, except the condition that the mystery book club suffered a nervous breakdown and the grandson of the deceased would not have been more significant. Everything is complicated when trying to find out exactly when the general died Fentiman because it depends on a fortune of several million pounds. To specify the time of death was entrusted to Lord Peter Wimsey, an amateur sleuth, a friend of the family and witnessed the discovery of the body to inquire about the last hours of the elderly. From here Sayers presents a menu full of old family disputes, attempted fraud or deluded liars. Fortune to be divided up to the general's sister, Lady Dormer, who married for money instead of position so I had years without talking to your brother. Already in his death bed the old calls his brother who came to say their last goodbye and learning that her sister's will establishes a curious clause: if she dies then he will benefit the great Miss Dorland, his protege, if he dies will be the grandchildren of Fentiman. This is the reason why it is necessary to establish the time of death of the elderly. This mystery book club novel is very entertaining, with a strong central character and dialogues and descriptions that attract attention. The snobbery of Wimsey, the plot twists and the accompanying side, conspire to get a quick read and perfect for a Sunday afternoon. In order to comply with the provisions of Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data, we inform you that the information provided by you, including your computer's IP address from which you access will be included in a file owned by Lecturalia SL, whose purpose will be managing and maintaining business relationships with our clients and customers and answering inquiries, suggestions or questions regarding our products or services. Expressly indicated, the data marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory, without which we can arrange this service. By submitting the above information, provided you consent to the treatment described, as well as the sending of commercial communications relating to our products or services. Your data will be treated confidentially, applying the technical and organizational measures laid down in existing legislation to prevent access, improper handling or disposal, without, without the express consent on their part, are to be transferred to other entities or third parties outside cases against the law. However, you may at any time exercise their rights of access, cancellation or amendment on such data, upon request to any of the addresses listed in the Legal Information. . . .