Murder in E Minor Author:Robert Goldsborough Nero Wolfe, the brillant orchid-growing gourmet detective, and his inimitable confidential assistant, ArchieGoodwin, are America'a most beloved detection team. Now they are back in a splendid new murder mystery that takes up where Rex Stout left off. In the perfect Stout tradition author Goldsborough has ingeniously rendered every detail of char... more »acter and place with such uncanny accuracy that fans will savor every page to it surprisingand immensely satisfying conclusion.
Threatening notes havebeen sent to Milo Stevens, the celebrated conductor of theNew York symphony. His neice, Maria, fears for her uncle's life and travels to the Thirty-fifth street brownstone of Nero Wolfe. Archie can barely conceal his surprise when Wolfe agrees to investigate.
Archie has just spent two spectacularly unsuccessful years trying to pry his employer out of retirement. Wolfe has his own reasons for taking the case, reasons that have nothing to do with helping a prettyyoung woman in distress. For while the world knows Milo Stevens as a brillant conductor, Wolfe knows him as Milos Stefanovic, the brave freedom fighter who saved Wolfe's life many years ago. It is a debt that must be paid.« less