I don’t remember how many times, I have read a Nero Wolfe book to help me relax. I didn’t remember much about this book, did know the killer. Wolfe needed the money and is offered a job of meditating a strange will. This is one of the times Nero left his home to see the area where the murder occurred. He had the all of the PIs he uses trailing individuals. He is keeping secrets again from Archie who finds another body in the bar and Wolfe disappears. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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2 Responses to #WHERE THERE’S A WILL By Rex Stout

  1. My father was a big Rex Stout fan. He seemed always to have one of his paperbacks in his pocket. Whenever I see one of his titles, I immediately think of my dear old dad. ❤️

  2. lghiggins says:

    I need to read one of his books!

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