Where There's a Will Paperback – Mar 1 1995
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"It is always a treat to [hear] a Nero Wolfe mystery. The man has entered our folklore." -- The New York Times Book Review
"Nero Wolfe, the fat detective of Rex Stout's novels, towers over his rivals...he is an exceptional character creation." -- The New Yorker
"Rex Stout, through the voice of Archie telling us about his world (a full third of which was occupied by Nero Wolfe), raised detective fiction to the level of art with these books. He gave us genius of at least two kinds, and a strong realist voice that was shot through with hope." -- Walter Mosley --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
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Rex Stout (1886-1975) is dubbed the Grand Old Man of American Crime Fiction. During his lifetime, he published 72 mysteries; ten years after his death, a 73rd Nero Wolfe mystery was discovered and published. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.See all Product Description
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This is somewhat of an "inside baseball" of Wolfe -- lots of characters, constant action. Not a long book, but alot of content.
Wolfe leaves his home, which is always an interesting twist, given how much he hates it.
Wold almost gets arrested and taken to Police HQ. He dictates a letter before he is to be taken, and staves it off. The letter is vintage Rex Stout.
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While this is not the best Nero Wolfe story, and I wouldn't recommend it for anyone's first dip into the Stout corpus, it is still Nero Wolfe and as such is a must for fans of the... Read morePublished on Aug. 12 1999 by George Rickerson
I agree with the previous reviewer (except I don't like Over My Dead Body either). Where There's a Will is the worst Wolfe novel (some of the short stories are also terrible). Read morePublished on Aug. 2 1999