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The misadventures of Nero Wolfe : parodies and pastiches featuring the great detective of West 35th Street

Stout, Rex, 1886-1975, Penzler, Otto,, Bradbury, Rebecca Stout,, Pachter, Josh,, Narcejac, Thomas, 1908-1998 Container of (work): Red Orchid., Mainwaring, Marion. Container of (work): Murder in Patische. Chapter 8., Breen, Jon L., 1943- Container of (work): Archie hunters., Rusett, O. X. Container of (work): Frightened man., Goldsborough, Robert. Container of (work): Murder in E Minor. Chapter 1., Kaye, Marvin. Container of (work): Purloined platypus., Littler, Frank. Container of (work): House on 35th Street., Butler, Patrick. Container of (work): Sidekick case., Reynolds, Mack. Container of (work): Case of the disposable jalopy., Block, Lawrence. Container of (work): As dark as Christmas gets., Estleman, Loren D. Container of (work): Who's afraid of Nero Wolfe?, Zeltserman, Dave, 1959- Container of (work): Julius Katz and the case of exploding wine., Bracken, Michael. Container of (work): Possibly last case of Tiberius Dingo., Brittain, Bill, 1930-2011 Container of (work): Woman who read Rex Stout., Pachter, Josh. Container of (work): Sam buried Caesar., Lescroart, John T. Container of (work): Rasputin's revenge. Chapter 24., Goodrich, Joseph. Container of (work): Might as well be dead. Selections., Lopresti, Robert. Container of (work): Damned doorbell rang.,
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"Two dozen literary tributes to one of crime fiction's best-loved private detectives and his Man Friday. Included are a 1947 pastiche by award-winning crime writer Thomas Narcejac; rollicking new stories written especially for this collection by Michael Bracken and Robert Lopresti; stories by bestselling authors including Lawrence Block and Loren D. Estleman; chapters from Robert Goldsborough's authorized continuation of the Wolfe series, Marion Mainwaring's 1955 tour de force Murder in Pastiche, and John Lescroart's Rasputin's Revenge, which reimagines a young Wolfe as the son of Sherlock Holmes. Also featuring a reminiscence from Rex Stout's daughter, this is a treasury of witty and suspenseful crime writing for every fan of the portly private detective"--Provided by publisher.

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