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Rex Stout

Rex Stout

·4.08·125,235 Ratings
“ Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation. ” ― Rumi
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  • Where There's a Will (Nero Wolfe, #8)

    1995·
    ·4.06·1,545 Ratings
    Investigating the bizarre will of late multimillionaire Noel Hawthorne--who left the bulk of his estate to his mistress and nearly nothing to his three sisters--astute sleuth Nero Wolfe stumbles upon a legacy of murder.
  • A Family Affair (Nero Wolfe, #46)

    2011·
    ·4.11·1,506 Ratings
    When a bomb kills his favorite waiter from his favorite restaurant, sedentary sleuth and gourmand Nero Wolfe is determined to go to any length to find the killer.
  • Gambit (Nero Wolfe, #37)

    2004·
    ·4.13·1,641 Ratings
    Miss Sarah Blount, better known as Sally, has come to Wolfe to plead for his help with her father's case. Matthew Blount is charged with poisoning a man to death at the Gambit Club, and all evidence points to his guilt. Sally knows that her father is inno
  • If Death Ever Slept (Nero Wolfe, #29)

    2006·
    ·4.06·1,469 Ratings
    Millionaire Otis Jarrell can't even trust his family, it seems. He hires a reluctant Nero Wolfe to find out if his daughter-in-law is double-crossing him. Wolfe and Archie encounter a rogue's gallery of Jarrells and associates and discover one, then two,
  • Red Threads

    1995·
    ·3.8·372 Ratings
    Investigating the bludgeoning murder of Val Carew, killed near the tomb of his late wife, also dead under suspicious circumstances, Inspector Cramer finds a single clue in a red thread found in the victim's hand.
  • The Broken Vase

    1941·
    ·3.77·248 Ratings
    When Private Detective 'Tex' Fox helps to buy an antique violin for the young prodigy, Jan Tusar, he doesn't expect the boy to play so badly at his Carnegie Hall debut. And when Jan subsequently commits suicide, and the violin disappears, Fox investigates
  • The Hand in the Glove

    1983·
    ·3.72·345 Ratings
    Wealthy industrialist P. L. Storrs has never approved of lady detectives, and he normally would not have made an exception of Theodolina "Dol" Bonner. But faced with a very delicate problem and surprisingly impressed, he hires her instantly. It seems that
  • The Sound of Murder

    1941·
    ·3.88·141 Ratings
    Meet the Amazing Alphabet Hicks... Disbarred lawyer, uncommon cabby, and investigator extrordinary. Who confronts cynical cops and conniving corporations as he pieces together a complex series of confusing clues to trap a cold-blooded killer.
  • Double for Death

    1995·
    ·4.01·331 Ratings
    Tecumseh Fox thinks that he is seeing double when financier Ridley Thorpe is shot twice, two gorgeous suspects appear, two very good motives are revealed, and two murder weapons surface.
  • Bad for Business

    1995·
    ·3.98·399 Ratings
    When the elderly head of the Tingley Titbits catering service meets a sudden end, a beautiful young detective becomes the main suspect, until Tecumseh Fox arrives on the scene to sort out the ingredients in the case.
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