In this thread, Baker said
… and I agree!
There some info here:
Saki was the pen-name of H H Munro who wrote a series of mebbe the best short-stories ever, a mixture of the good bits of Oscar Wilde and PG Wodehouse, with lots of weird sensual homosexual stuff as a bonus. And he died tragically (from the above site):
He’s class. Simply class. And definitely deserves to be better known.
And has anyone ever found the answer to Reginald’s chilling question, ‘What did the Caspian Sea?’