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Lord Peter Death Bredon Wimsey is a wealthy member of the British aristocracy, being the younger brother of the Duke of Denver. He is renowned as an amateur sleuth, and has contacts with the police in France and in London. He is wealthy, and chooses to use his wealth and position to help justice, and has no traces of snobbery. He is able to sympathize with others in all walks of life (a good example of this is when he shows how he can understand the feelings of the thief Cranton inside the belfry at night) and demonstrates a strong understanding of human nature, which, alongside his intelligence, makes him a good detective. He also uses his imaginative powers.

He is an agnostic regarding religious beliefs, but is familiar with the traditions of the Anglican (Episcopalian) church of England, and is also familiar with Bible texts...

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