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Read reviews that mention stout archie rex enjoyable murder building dead victim murdered published apartment stupid references near wrote parts company corporate goodwin hired. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Another great Nero Wolfe murder Mystery with a touch of scandal. Archie is tasked to follow Thomas Yeager, a client, to ascertain if the client is being followed, which Archie does. But then Thomas Yeager is found dead - and he's not the client. Archie and Wolfe untangle the story of a lothario with a string of cast off women in his wake and a position at a Manhattan company that fears embarrassment.
As usual, when their is no fee offered, Wolfe finds a way to wrangle one. A real page turner and one of the best of the series! One person found this helpful. Another fine outing for Nero and Archie. These books are like drinkable wine--some great, some good but always worth sipping. What is astonishing is the moronic and self-serving introduction by the ludicrous Malcom Forbes, who has spent his life teaching the world that the rich are stupid.
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This was an exciting and complex yet gripping saga that holds your attention and displays the cunning and genius for which Wolfe and Archie are renowned. I've been reading the who NW series in order over the Summer. They are all enjoyable, clever and anazingly original who done its, but few really grab you. So its easy to. This one however is a real page turner, with great pace, and so easy to lose track of the time while reading, and nearly impossibles to put down.
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If you've read a few of the series and liked them, don't miss this one. I thought it entertaining and good murder mystery.
Another enjoyable story by Rex Stout. One of the things I love about the Rex Stout books are the details of everyday life in New York during the time period. He wrote details without getting flowery about it, and I could actually envision the various locales. I liked the characters in this story for their honesty, and their dishonesty. My favorites were the owners of the apartment building, the Perez family, and I liked how Archie related to them.
The plot was so-so, in my opinion, as I really didn't care about the victim, or those he was involved with - but it was engaging, and I'll be rereading it. In my old age, I am re-reading all the Nero Wolfe stories for perhaps the fifth time. I feel like I ama member of his household. I would love it if he told me "Satisfactory". This one has a great plot and cast of characters. The only part I didn't like was that Stout had one very likable person get murdered and have Wolfe have her murder be officially "unsolved" even though he knew who the murderer was. Also, her poor family had to cope with both the loss of their only child and the resolution Wolfe chose that covered up her murderer.
However, the variety of the characters and diversity of their reactions is very enjoyable, and parts of this book are really funny. There are a few parts that are a sexist, but I also consider the time period, which was several decades ago. Obviously, there are no circumstances that justify beating a spouse or other family member , but Archie seems to think the woman had it coming and deserved it. He also makes some sexist comments about th women in the case, rating them solely on their looks and eliminating one because he would be in a position that he has never criticized a man for putting a woman in and the main victim is a serial womanizer and cheater, who got off on each woman knowing she basically meant nothing, because he shows of all the different women's lingerie to each woman.
Howeve, taking into account that this book was written several decades ago, it's w great book. Fred's presence in this book is pleasant to read about and kind of hilarious. If you like Nero Wolfe, you'll really enjoy this one, in my opinion.
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Sharon Elizabeth Doyle teleplay , Rex Stout novel. Jack Black on Jack Black. Share this Rating Title: Part 1 02 Jun 9. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Episode cast overview, first billed only: Archie Goodwin Maury Chaykin Nero Wolfe Colin Fox Fritz Brenner Bill Smitrovich Inspector Cramer Conrad Dunn Saul Panzer Trent McMullen Orrie Cather Fulvio Cecere Fred Durkin Bill MacDonald Austin Hough Marty Moreau Sergeant Purley Stebbins Saul Rubinek Lon Cohen Alex Poch-Goldin Cesar Perez Lucy Filippone Edit Storyline Archie agrees to help corporate executive Thomas Yaeger find out who's been following him to a certain address in one of the seedier area of town but later finds that his new client's dead body has been found in an alley near that address.
Edit Did You Know? If you forget my curiosity about Thomas Yaeger I will put you on my Christmas list. Add the first question.