Three Men Out (Nero Wolfe #23)

Three Men Out (Nero Wolfe  #23)
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ISBN10: 
0553245473
ISBN13: 
9780553245479
Pages: 
204
Published: 
June 1st 1991 by Crimeline
Rating: 
4.06

A trio of mystery cases not to be missed by Nero Wolfe fans. In the first, questions about a poisoning come to an abrupt end--with a blunt instrument. Then Wolfe must decode the name of a killer in a message penciled by the victim. Finally, making an uncharacteristic foray to a World Series game, Wolfe meets murder again, when a rookie's struck out before he even gets to bat.

The Silent Speaker (Nero Wolfe  #11)

The Silent Speaker (Nero Wolfe #11)

When a powerful government official,scheduled to speak to a group of millionaires, turns up dead, it is an event worthy of the notice of the great Nero Wolfe. Balancing on the edge of financial ruin, the orchid-loving detective...
All Aces: A Nero Wolfe Omnibus

All Aces: A Nero Wolfe Omnibus

Includes the novels "Some Buried Caesar," "Too Many Women," and "Trouble in Triplicate" (short story collection: "Before I Die," "Help Wanted, Male," and "Instead of Evidence...
Too Many Cooks (Nero Wolfe  #5)

Too Many Cooks (Nero Wolfe #5)

The guest at a gathering of the greatest chefs in the world, Nero Wolfe must practice his own trade--sleuthing--when he discovers that a murderer is in their midst.
The Mountain Cat Murders

The Mountain Cat Murders

A murder mystery set in Cody, Wyoming, featuring a young lawyer, Tyler Dillon, and a golden-eyed woman called the Mountain Cat.
If Death Ever Slept (Nero Wolfe  #29)

If Death Ever Slept (Nero Wolfe #29)

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...
A Right to Die (Nero Wolfe  #40)

A Right to Die (Nero Wolfe #40)

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Red Threads

Red Threads

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.