Murder in E Minor

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Bantam Books, 1987 - Private investigators - 196 pages
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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 (Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

When Rex Stout died, fans thought the Nero Wolfe series was finished. But Goldsborough, with the permission of Stout's family, has given it a second life. Here Wolfe, with Archie's help, of course ... Read full review

Review: Murder in E Minor (Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe Mysteries #1)

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Excellent and true to the Rex Stout style Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1987)

In his early teens, Robert Goldsborough began reading Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe mysteries. It was during his tenure with the Chicago Tribune that the paper printed the obituary of Rex Stout. On reading it, his mother lamented that "Now there won't be any more Nero Wolfe stories." "There might be one more," Goldsborough mused, and began writing an original Wolfe novel for his mother. As much as he enjoyed writing these books, Goldsborough longed to create his own characters, which he has done in Three Strikes You're Dead, set in the gang-ridden Chicago of the late 1930s and narrated by a Tribune police reporter. Goldsborough, a lifelong Chicagoan who has logged 45 years as a writer and editor with the Tribune and with marketing journal Advertising Age, says it was "Probably inevitable that I would end up using a newspaperman as my protagonist.

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