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The Red Box
The Red Box
Author: Rex Stout
Arcie Goodwin's the name I'm the hard-hitting, good-looking sidekick of a beer-drinking, orchid-fancying giant genius of a dectetive named Nero Wolfe. Wolfe and I have worked on some pretty weird cases. This one I call- The dandy candy murders. A beautiful model who should have been watching her figure never dreamed that one little piece of can...  more »
ISBN: 328266
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 189
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Publisher: Pyramid Mystery
Book Type: Paperback
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This was an ok read but I felt it dragged early on when Nero Wolfe was trying to work with the Frosts and I figured how the ending would play out. For me, mysteries that do not stump me are not much fun to read. Of course, I did not know out all the twists and turns which made the book worthwhile finishing. The murderer's motive was quite different from what I expected. If you like Rex Stout pick up a different mystery unless you want to read everything he wrote.