Too Many Women (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 27, 2011 - Fiction - 251 pages
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Archie, Nero Wolfe's assistant, goes undercover to investigate a murder at a Wall Street firm, where he discovers a fringe benefit: hundreds of women work there. Everyone's alibi is air-tight, so Archie and Wolfe set a trap. Which woman will fall into it?
  

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Review: Too Many Women (Nero Wolfe #12)

User Review  - Cindy - Goodreads

I found this a bit dull. maybe because nero Wolfe is not the main character. Also, I didnt really like the man's voice who did the reading. That may have impaired by insight. Read full review

Review: Too Many Women (Nero Wolfe #12)

User Review  - Goodreads

I found this a bit dull. maybe because nero Wolfe is not the main character. Also, I didnt really like the man's voice who did the reading. That may have impaired by insight. Read full review

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Rex Stout, born 1886 in Indiana/USA, worked at thirty different professions until he earned enough money to travel. In 1932, he began to write thrillers focusing on the famous detective Nero Wolfe. Nero is a gourmet weighing more than a hundred kilos, and moving as little as possible. Rex Stout finished more than fifty novels and received the "Grand Masters Award." He died 1975.
Rex Stout,1886 in Indiana/USA geboren, soll ca. dreiig Berufe ausgeubt haben, bevor er mit einem von ihm selbst konzipierten Sparkassensystem so viel Geld verdiente, da er ausgedehnte Reisen unternehmen konnte. 1932 begann er, Kriminalromane zu schreiben in deren Mittelpunkt fast immer der beruhmte Privatdetektiv Nero Wolfe steht. Dieser ist eine uber hundert Kilo "schwergewichtiger" Gourmet, der sich so wenig wie moglich bewegt und leidenschaftlicher Orchideenzuchter ist. Rex Stout wurde fur seine uber funfzig Romane mit dem "Grand Masters Award" ausgezeichnet. Er starb 1975.

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