The Complete Nero Wolfe

The Complete Nero Wolfe

Rex Stout

Language: English

Pages: 5576

ISBN: B01C666YF0

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Complete Nero Wolfe

Rex Stout

Language: English

Pages: 5576

ISBN: B01C666YF0

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Complete Nero Wolfe: 33 Novels, 38 Novellas, 3 Million Words.

01 - Fer-de-lance
02 - The League of Frightened Men
03 - The Rubber Band
04 - The Red Box
05 - Too Many Cooks
06 - Some Buried Caesar
07 - Over My Dead Body
08 - Where There's a Will
09a - Black Orchids
09b - Cordially Invited to Meet Death
10a - Not Quite Dead Enough
10b - Booby Trap
11 - The Silent Speaker
12 - Too Many Women
13 - More Deaths than One (aka And Be A Villain)
14a - Trouble in triplicate -- Before I Die
14b - Trouble in triplicate -- Help Wanted, Male
14c - Trouble in triplicate -- Instead of Evidence
15 - The Second Confession
16a - Three Doors to Death -- Man Alive
16b - Three Doors to Death -- Omit Flowers
16c - Three Doors to Death -- Door to Death
17 - In the Best Families
18a - Curtains for Three -- The Gun with Wings
18b - Curtains for Three -- Bullet for One
18c - Curtains for Three -- Disguise for Murder
19 - Murder by the Book
20a - Triple Jeopardy -- Home to Roost
20b - Triple Jeopardy -- The Cop Killer
20c - Triple Jeopardy -- The Squirt and the Monkey
21 - Prisoner's Base
22 - The Golden Spiders
23a - Three men out -- Invitation to Murder
23b - Three men out -- The Zero Clue
23c - Three men out -- This Won't Kill You
24 - The Black Mountain
25 - Before Midnight
26a - Three witnesses -- The Next Witness
26b - Three witnesses -- When a Man Murders
26c - Three witnesses -- Die Like a Dog
27 - Might as Well be Dead
28a - Three For The Chair -- A Window for Death
28b - Three For The Chair -- Immune to Murder
28c - Three For The Chair -- Too Many Detectives
29 - If Death Ever Slept
30a - And Four to Go -- Christmas Party
30b - And Four to Go -- Easter Parade
30c - And Four to Go -- Fourth of July Picnic
30d - And Four to Go -- Murder is No Joke
31 - Champagne for One
32 - Plot it Yourself
33a - Three at Wolfe's Door -- Poison a la Carte
33b - Three at Wolfe's Door -- Method Three for Murder
33c - Three at Wolfe's Door -- The Rodeo Murder
34 - Too many clients
35 - The Final Deduction
36 - Gambit
37a - Homicide Trinity -- Eeny Meeny Murder Mo
37b - Homicide Trinity -- Death of a Demon
37c - Homicide Trinity -- Counterfeit for Murder
38 - The Mother Hunt
39a - Trio for blunt instruments -- Kill Now Pay Later
39b - Trio for blunt instruments -- Murder Is Corny
39c - Trio for blunt instruments -- Blood Will Tell
40 - A Right to Die
41 - The Doorbell Rang
42 - Death of a Doxy
43 - The Father Hunt
44 - Death of a Dude
45 - Please pass the Guilt
46 - A Family Affair
47a - Bitter End
48 - Death Times Three (trilogy)

Postmortem (Kay Scarpetta, Book 1)

A Mysterious Affair of Style (Evadne Mount, Book 2)

Gringo Nightmare: A Young American Framed for Murder in Nicaragua

Tre sekunder

Maigret Afraid

The Considerate Killer (Nina Borg, Book 4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wolfe and back again at the pile on the floor. It was nothing but golf clubs, there must have been a hundred of them, enough I thought to kill a million snakes, for it had never seemed to me that they were much good for anything else. I said to Wolfe, "The exercise will do you good." Still in his chair, Wolfe told us to put them on the desk, and the young man and I each grabbed an armload. I began spreading them in arTeyen row on the desk; there were long and short, heavy and light, iron, wood,

upstairs." "Oh, my lord. Must I dig in again?" "Of course. Until dinner time." He bowed, meaning that he inclined his head two inches, and went off. Clara Fox got up and walked to my end. "I'll pour your coffee." "All right. Black and two lumps." She screwed up her face. "With all this grand cream here? Very well. You know, Mr. Goodwin, this house represents the most insolent denial of female rights the mind of man has ever conceived. No woman in it from top to bottom, but the routine is

her? Was she a thief?" "Of course not. She only took a box of candy. She did it for a joke, I suppose. She liked to play jokes - to do things like that." "Had you seen the box before she produced it in that room?" "No." Wolfe emptied his glass in five gulps, which was par, and wiped his lips. His half-shut eyes were on the blonde. "I believe you went to lunch that day with Miss Lauck. Tell us about that." "Well - Molly and I went together about one o'clock. We were hungry because we had been

red box hasn't been found, or something else just as good, one of my best men will sail for France on the Normandie next Wednesday. And tell him that I know a few things already, for instance that in the past five years $60,000 of his client's money has been paid to this Gebert, and the Lord knows how much before that." "Sixty grand?" I raised the brows. "Of Helen Frost's money?" "Yes. I suppose that's news to you." "It certainly is. Shucks, that much is gone where well never see it. How did

exhibited to Wolfe with a reserved but friendly smile. "My credentials," he explained in an educated voice. He certainly had fine manners, something on the order of a high-class insurance salesman. Wolfe glanced at the exhibit, nodded, and indicated a chair. "Well, sir?" The G-man looked politely apologetic. "We're sorry to bother you, Mr Wolfe, but it's our job. I'd like to ask whether you are acquainted with the Federal statute which recently went into effect, requiring persons who are

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