Murder in E Minor
In the phenomenal New York Times bestselling tradition of John Gardner's James Bond novels, Robert Goldsborough draws the legendary super sleuth Nero Wolfe back out of retirement in the first of two new novels that take up where Rex Stout left off.
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Review: Murder in E Minor (Nero Wolfe Novels by Robert Goldsborough #1)User Review - Steven Vaughan-Nichols - Goodreads
After Rex Stout's death, the estate allowed Robert Goldborough to write sequels to his Nero Wolfe novels. This was the first, and to my mind, the best of them. He sometimes gets the tone wrong, but it ... Read full review
Review: Murder in E Minor (Nero Wolfe Novels by Robert Goldsborough #1)User Review - Mike - Goodreads
This was nice but just a little bit off from Rex Stout. If you enjoy the Nero Wolfe stories you should read it. It does fill a void but it is not the same Read full review